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Who does the rock version of Sweet Dreams on the Fiat Punto TV ad? (nm)
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TOPIC: Who does the rock version of Sweet Dreams on the Fiat Punto TV ad? (nm)
#242
Punto Punter

Who does the rock version of Sweet Dreams on the Fiat Punto TV ad? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
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#256
Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
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#258
MMC

The track is performed by Marilyn Manson 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
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#261
Titch

Re:Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
I think you'll find it's Marilyn Manson
 
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#262
andrew

Re:Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
it is by Marylin Manson and it is on the album Smells Like Children.
I hope this helps you and put you out of misery.
 
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#265
Re:The track is performed by Marilyn Manson 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
Just gratitude MMC!
 
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#266
Re:Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thank you Titch!
 
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#267
Re:Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
Well done Andrew
 
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Martin k

Re:Come on tipsters... 156 readers of this post so far and NOBODY knows?? (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
I must confess I havent even heard it!
 
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#271
443 views now and several correct replies: it's actually worth hearing Martin! (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
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#272
Martin K

Re:443 views now and several correct replies: it's actually worth hearing Martin! (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
I find it interesting how many viewings and how little replies there are. Why are the majority of people afraid to comment? The hit counter on my website was going like a clock from Sunday after linking on sites to some music, but the total of comments are only about 30 via e mail and message boards, all positive, which is cool, but this also brings up the subject of just how much illegal and unwatched downloading is going on doesnt it?
 
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#283
Re:443 views now and several correct replies: it's actually worth hearing Martin! (nm) 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
It might be illegal, but it's certainly not unwatched. At any time, there are 15 million "shares" taking place on the P2P networks worldwide. The details of these "transactions" can easily be tracked to individual computers. The degree of detail depends on how much the networks and ISPs want to know. In general, they stop at tracking inside e-mails. But they could easily do that as well if they were allowed.

What people often forget is that the same technology that enables you to share music, enables other to track it. It's obvious if you think about it.

The ISPs, in particular, have to know consumer habits to enable them to provide adequate bandwidth, etc. So they have to have an idea of what people are using their cables for.

FYI, Madonna, Gwen Stefani and Shakira were topping the charts last week with about 3 million downloads each. The top-trading software was Nero, ironically, followed by Norton Antivirus and Div X. The top movies were Doom, Serenity and The legend of Zorro (already a total of about 8 million downloads).

Anything else you'd like to know?
 
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