Okay, the upgrade option is awesome. I have all the additional music packs, that's cool.But why the hell do you have to download crappy bitrate WMA's with HORRIBLE DRM. DRM is very very very very bad.All those who want them to add the option to download the soundtracks you purchase as FLAC files, say I! --Tr33zon ಠ_ಠ (Talk - Contribs) 15:21, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
And that's infuriating, considering that I knew it was easy to install back when this stuff first came out in 2005. Could someone be kind enough to write some sort of guide on how to install the music that we've PAID FOR and have the right to use?! And I've read all the above and I downloaded the .zip files of the old .wma files above, and I can't make heads from tails from some of the advice above, and not to mention the .wma files won't work, as when it asks me to put in my RMA info, it greets me then suddenly WMP crashes, and the stuff is still unplayable. --ᴥ GreyGhost ᴥ 19:49, 29 January 2010 (UTC)
An album download is supplied as an easy "one-click" download as a .zip file which includes all of the audio tracks for the album, plus a scan of the original liner notes as a .pdf file and a .jpg of the original album cover image. For more information on how to download .zip files, see below.
.ZIP FILES are the method in which we provide full album downloads. The album, including audio, liner notes, and cover art, is compressed into a .zip file for one-click faster downloading. This also means that when the file is downloaded to your computer, the whole album will be neatly stored in one folder which you may name what you like and place wherever you prefer on your computer. .zip files need to be "unzipped" or "expanded" to retrieve the audio files for listening (see below for instructions). If your computer does not already have compression software, you will need to download one of the free software tools available online. We recommend WinRar, Winzip, or Stuffit Expander for Mac. 2b1af7f3a8