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I just wiped out my Aphex Twin folder with one errant command HAHAHAHAHAF UJCKING KILL ME

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somehow I don't have backups god DAMN IT FUCKING FUJCK

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if only there was an interconnected web of computers that you could use a program to find pirated music with :/

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im really distressed and having a hard time finding a working torrent. please be more considerate


you ever just type one command and wipe out five gigs of music. it sucks

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ok i think im good now. befoer anyone asks I've previously legally owned the majority of what was in that folder

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sorry i know it's not that big of a deal it just pissed me off really bad and i needed to vent to someone and yall are thee only ones who would maybe understand. thanks

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it's an omen. a blessing in disguise. go forth and listen to not-Aphex and prosper.

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can you at least tell us what this mysterious aphex destruction cheat code is so we can avoid similar peril??

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i said "rm -r Music/aphex\ twin" instead of "rm -r /path/to/mp3player/aphex\ twin".

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sudo rm -afx 'quitegood'

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I'm sure the organisations you bought them from will be sympathetic and let you download them again if you contact them. This is default on the aphex store for example.

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i said "rm -r Music/aphex\ twin" instead of "rm -r /path/to/mp3player/aphex\ twin".

couldn't you have just clicked on something with a mouse? why are you writing commands out and shit?

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I'd need a flamethrower hooked up to alexas to wipe out my 'phex collect

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to bring the tracks back

 

sudo rm -rf /

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How the other half live eh?

Every time I decide I'd like an aphex album on my phone I end up downloading it again as I'm not sure what I did with the files

also lol @ 'a whole 5gb' like that's a lot of music 

*raughs in music hoarder*

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 "rm -r Music/aphex\ twin"   "rm -r /path/to/mp3player/aphex\ twin".

 

 

I think he's going to debut both of these tracks at the bk show

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should've kept those locked in a partial multisig timelocked revokable cold storage smart contract mechanism

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lol

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lol

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I'm sure the organisations you bought them from will be sympathetic and let you download them again if you contact them. This is default on the aphex store for example.

Rephex store is gone for good. I bought all new afx there and will need to torrent if I should lose the files

Edited by o00o

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people with anime avs are always doing dumb shit lol

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people with anime avs are always doing dumb shit lol

 

anime owns.

 

 

anyways I got pretty much all of it back now. apparently I never actually bought CCAI2 and just pirated it oops so I bought that.

 

a lot of this stuff I owned on CD and don't have it any more (don't even have a cd drive anymore), or I bought it from Bleep before they stored purchases on an old email address, or I own it on vinyl, and so on.

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