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Friday, May 7, 2010

FINALLY - SC Files Suit Against Pirates, WITH ACTUAL PROOF!

Many people who visit this site may get the impression that we think people should be able to pirate karaoke tracks. Nothing could be further from the truth. We only object to naming people in law suits, WITHOUT actual proof. Until now, that has been the way Sound Choice has conducted business.

Sound Choice recently filed a law suit against people who were selling hard drives on Ebay, Craigs List, etc. We APPLAUD this form of legal action.

Here is a link to the suit:


1 comment:

  1. For everyone siding with Sound Choice. let me first state that it is common knowledge that almost all their tracks were made without legal authorization. They were sued and lost. Remember?

    Now that the point is made. Let me say this. There is a company called Stingray Karaoke. Oddly enough, they are selling Re-branded Sound choice tracks.

    Now, this company (Stingray) is Headquartered in Canada. Another country for those of you that may not know. There company HQ is on a side street with no visual signs outside that identify it.

    They do however have one office located in the USA. It is located just 15 minutes from Phoenix Entertainments office in North Carolina.

    Coincidence? Or is Phoenix Entertainment(Previously Sound Choice)continuing to make $$ off of illegally produced tracks?

    Seems a bit too coincidental to me.

    Once a pirate, always a pirate...
    But hey, go ahead and look up to them if you wish.