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10 Feelings We All Experienced While Illegally Downloading Music

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Downloading music may not have been legal, but it's something that most of us has done AT LEAST once or twice.

Whether it was because we couldn't afford to buy all the albums we wanted, the convenience of having it as a digital file or just the fact that we wanted to seem rebellious, we have all given it a try.

LimeWire, Kazaa, Napster and other downloading software were basically on everyone's computers in the early 2000s. There were this shared community feeling that accompanied opening up those programs, if you ever used them this will bring you right back.

1. How exciting it was when you finally got the software to download - which took hours because you were on dial up internet

2. How nervous you were downloading your first song

3. How disappointed you were then the song you wanted to download didn't have a lot of users sharing it

4. How exciting it was to find a song you loved that DID have a bunch of users sharing it

5. How annoying it was to patiently wait to get the song to download over snail-speed internet connections

We really survived some hard times. Click to the next page to see more LimeWire memories!

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