It's sad if anyone is thoroughly convinced that someone actually "stole" something that gets legally downloaded to your hard drive... That's what "stealing" apparently is today; accessing a file that someone legally gave you. "How dare you access this file that we put on your hard drive?!1/?1! THIEVERY!!1!" (not that I'm a pro-legalese-b***h like you guys or anything, but still)
Anyway, do you want the file with less of a hassle than attempting to ******** with Google Cache, Content.IE5, downloading some shitty "web ripper" or whatever the ******** you got? Here ya go:
1. Go to the page you want the item from.
2. Right click page and go to "View Page Source".
3. Use the "Find" function on the source with "F3" or "Ctrl+F" to search for "MP3" or the name of the song. The name of the song will appear before the URL. The URL will be between quotation marks, and it might be spaced awkwardly.
4. Copy URL and paste into address bar.
#. If you have a browser that has that auto-loading MP3 page, right click and hit "Save as" or "Ctrl+S".
5. The file is just a series of numbers, so you might want to rename it.
I did this cause you pissed me off. Is that what all you anti-piracy tards think is "stealing"; renaming a file you sent to my "hidden folders"? ********, now I'm definitely going to continue my at-home, voluntary work for Piracy R Us©®@℗™; lel.