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At Red Hot Chili Peppers stole the new album

May 4 2006
12:16

Unknown attacker uploaded a new album of popular group on the Internet before its official release. The Group is experiencing strong on this issue and to call on his many fans, appealing to conscience.

In an open statement, bassist Michael Balzar said that if fans of Red Hot Chili Peppers do not have the courage and restraint and not succumb to the temptation to download posted songs, this will be a real blow for the musicians.

"I can not even express in words what it means for us, this record - Stadium Arcadium, as far as the sound was truly divine for us, how many sleepless nights and tiring days we spent deliberating over how to create a truly best album - to the extent in our power. And now someone just picked up and placed the album on the Internet - and yes even poor quality. Not easy to relive it "- said Balzar.

Legal double CD titled "Stadium Arcadium" has to be on sale only in the next week - on May 9. This is the ninth studio album, "peppers" in the history of the group and first in four years filled with rumors of distinct and unjustified fears.

Released by Warner Bros. Records, which recorded the work recalls the observance of copyright and is threatening to stop all attacks against the previously laid out by the time a music product.

Representative of the group, in turn, assured that are currently under investigation and searches for a vicious cyber-criminals.

If caught, the thief could face up to 11 years in prison - failure to comply with copyright law in the United States is one of the most serious violations and punishable by the full extent of the commandments of the Constitution.

The last hearing on the copyright infringement took place in the most democratic country in March this year. In the dock on charges of theft were two Americans who encroach on the creative legacy of Ryan Adams album, which also turned out to be premature in the public domain.

As for the "history" with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, it remains a mystery how they got to drive the Internet.

While suspicion falls on music critics and reviewers, who are traditionally among the first to become aware of new products and upcoming releases. According to the routine they sent copies of the discs produced, and journalists are fully responsible for the material they received.

However, such incidents - not uncommon, as practice shows, the theft could have occurred at most recording studio to the negligence of staff.

Meanwhile, the band members are preparing for the big North American tour in support of his album. A total of 27 scheduled performances, the first of which will be held in Oregon. The last concert will be held on November 5 in Minneapolis.

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