In Blog Transmission From The Future, AllOfMP3 Vows It Will Return

Aug 27th, 2007 // 1 Comment

logo_general.gifNow that the Prince-for-pennies Russian download site AllOfMP3 has been cleared of wrongdoing by the Russian government, it’s apparently on its way back from the Internet dead, or at least that’s what a blog post on the site from Aug. 31–yes, that’s this coming Friday–says. The post claims that service “will be resumed in the foreseeable future,” which given their ability to send blog posts from there is probably pretty darn foreseeable. Come to think of it, maybe that‘s why they were so confident about their ability to beat those piracy charges. It all makes sense now!

AllOfMP3 set to stage a comeback [Ars Technica]

  1. i_am_scifi

    In the year 2000, AllOfMP3.Com relocates to the Antarctic coast to avoid prosecution. Of course, they manage to upset the neighboring Adélie Penguins, who are furious they do not offer Antarctic Krill for ridiculously low prices.

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