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blackroseMD1 writes "In anticipation of the upcoming Nine Inch Nails/Jane's Addiction (NINJA) North American Tour, Trent Reznor today released a free EP of 6 unreleased songs from Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction and Street Sweeper. It contains studio versions of songs such as Whores (JA) and Non-Entity (NIN), which have only been available as live bootlegs before. The EP is available in MP3, FLAC, M4A and WAV formats and can be downloaded at NINJA2009.com."
Once again, Trent Reznor shows Radiohead and the RIAA how business is done. Well done Trent." Link to Original Source
Ya know, it's funny that the two issues that the OP brought up, CS4 and Audio recording programs, both work fine on my Win7 machine. My copy of CS4 runs perfectly, even if it's not exactly "legit". Also, when using Audacity to record streaming audio, I haven't noticed any loss of sound quality at all. Hey, OP...maybe it's not DRM, maybe it's your machine.
Well, I've been using every build since 6801 as my main OS, and the only major bug that I've found was the mp3 corruption bug. When a product is this stable going into the first beta, I don't see a point for a second beta. Also, the fact that there are millions of people using Windows 7 right now means that any "showstopper" bugs will be found and fixed by the first RC. Nice job by Microsoft.