Eugh, Shine. Last time I heard that, the encodings were *awful*. Still, nice to see R-Comp repackaging other's work with a pretty UI (if anybody writes things like this, I strongly discourage the use of CDDB or FreeDB - they're full of cack/wrong entries, and don't cope gracefully with multi-artist albums. Look at www.musicbrainz.org instead - their library has a horrible API, but the system itself is much better thought out - even letting you look tracks up by the way the sound!)
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