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    Requesting a favor from any forum member who lives in the UK

    I just learned of a Turin Brakes track I do not yet have. It's Three Days Old by the UK band Turin Brakes. Apparently I can not download this track via the US version of iTunes. If anyone could assist me in obtaining this track, I'd be very appreciative. Thanks!


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    Last edited by c marvel; 09-28-2016, 01:17 PM. Reason: typo
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    If you know of a UK site that has it, you can change your apparent location using Hola (in Chrome). I've done that so I can watch BBC TV programs.

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...fbnlmeio?hl=en

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      I think the UK iTunes has the track and I have an iTunes acct. When I try to get the track that way I get stuck in some "loop" and am unable to buy the track. Thanks for the info. about Hola. I'm unsure about this Hola.... Is it safe?


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      Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
      If you know of a UK site that has it, you can change your apparent location using Hola (in Chrome). I've done that so I can watch BBC TV programs.

      https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...fbnlmeio?hl=en
      Books are weapons in the war of ideas.

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        Originally posted by c marvel View Post
        I think the UK iTunes has the track and I have an iTunes acct. When I try to get the track that way I get stuck in some "loop" and am unable to buy the track. Thanks for the info. about Hola. I'm unsure about this Hola.... Is it safe?


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        Yes, Hola has been around for years, and is well regarded. It's definitely not malware. If you add it as a Chrome extension, you can just use it to get your music and then disable it again.

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          Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
          Yes, Hola has been around for years, and is well regarded. It's definitely not malware. If you add it as a Chrome extension, you can just use it to get your music and then disable it again.
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          Okay, it turns out I had the Turin Brakes track Three Days Old all along. On the last song of The Optimist LP, Three Days Old begins with about 2:17 left on the last song. Three Days Old is there. I've encountered bands that have, for example, a long song and they stop playing music after a while-Seem to take a break and play more music on the same track. This is the first time I've found an entire track hidden on one long song.
          I also, to my surprise, found the Turin Brakes 4 song EP-We'll Be Here. I downloaded and burned that to a CD. I had thought We'll Be Here was only available on Spotify.


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          Last edited by c marvel; 10-13-2016, 06:19 AM. Reason: To disclose what I learned of course ( ;
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