City and Colour with Gord Downie - Sleeping Sickness

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City And Colour - Sleeping Sickness
I just got the new City and Colour album yesterday, but I've been spinning "Sleeping Sickness" for weeks. This track features guest vocals from The Tragically Hip's Gord Downie. Dallas Green and Gord Downie kill on this sweet little ditty.

Yes, I'm biased, but you are in Toronto Mike bias-ville.

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Biased or not, that's good shit.

February 20, 2008 @ 10:22 AM


So I have to ask you Toronto Mike, is this not "file sharing"? Or do you get copyright OK to post these songs weekly for our listening/downloading pleasure?

February 20, 2008 @ 6:13 PM

Toronto Mike

It's about time someone asked that question...

I suppose it is "file sharing". I'm sharing a file without permission from the copyright holder. I've justified it 3 ways.

1. I pull the file from the server after 7 days and I only host one at a time.
2. If the copyright holder asks me to remove a file, I'll do so immediately.
3. I post songs I personally enjoy in an attempt to spread the love. This is meant to make the featured song and artist more appealing to the small collection of people that actually frequent this site. Theoretically, if you like what you hear, this will make you more likely to buy the album or check out the artist next time they're touring.

February 20, 2008 @ 7:05 PM

Coach Carter

Thanks to your post last week Mike about City and Colour's myspace page where I first previewed "sleeping sickness," I felt compelled to buy the album.
Then again Gord reading aloud the yellow pages.....

February 20, 2008 @ 11:15 PM


who cares about copyright, these guys make millions so who cares ok, share that shit!!!

December 5, 2008 @ 12:23 AM

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