Premature Victory Declaration?

Two weeks ago I declared victory in what the media is now referring to as the “Sony rootkit debacle”, but now I’m wondering if I jumped the gun. It turns out that the CDs containing the XCP rootkit technology are still widely available, there’s still no sign of an uninstaller, and comments made recently by the president of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) make it clear that the music industry is still missing the point.

I declared my victory a few hours after Sony announced that it would withdraw the somewhere between 2 and 5 million (the number varies depending on the source) infected CDs that are on store shelves. However, even close to two weeks later it’s obvious that Sony has done little to advertise to store owners, even larger chains, that a recall is in place. They were present in stores in the Austin, Philadelphia and Chicago areas And as of last week Eliot Spitzer, the Attorney General of New York State, reports that his investigators found them in the New York City area. Many store clerks were unaware that a withdrawal had even been ordered.

At the same time that Sony announced the recall it also withdrew the flawed DRM-software uninstaller it had posted and its statement to the public dated November 18, which is still posted, they promise “We will shortly provide a simplified and secure procedure to uninstall the XCP software if it resides on your computer.” That was two weeks ago and still there’s no uninstaller. I could write an uninstaller in an hour based on my own research of the software without access to the source code. They have source code and an existing uninstaller. I find the delay utterly inexcusable.

As for notifying consumers of the problem, Ben Edelman has researched the phone-home behavior of the Sony Player software that comes on the CDs and found that, if it wanted, Sony could inform every infected customer that a recall is in place. That they haven’t taken advantage of that is particularly telling.

Besides the various comments and actions Sony has made it’s obvious that they didn’t, and still don’t, understand the issues they’ve raised from the perspective of their customers. The president of the RIAA, Cary Sherman, held a question and answer session with college journalists on November 18, just after Sony announced the recall, where he had this to say about Sony’s actions:

The problem with the SonyBMG situation is that the technology they used contained a security vulnerability of which they were unaware. They have apologized for their mistake, ceased manufacture of CDs with that technology,and pulled CDs with that technology from store shelves. Seems very responsible to me. How many times that software applications created the same problem? Lots. I wonder whether they’ve taken as aggressive steps as SonyBMG has when those vulnerabilities were discovered, or did they just post a patch on the Internet?

First, Sony never admitted to or apologized for making a mistake, they expressed “regret” for “any inconvenience” they caused customers. Second, Sherman overlooks the fact that more than a security vulnerability, the Sony software actively hides from customers, is not uninstallable, and sends information to Sony servers without disclosure or consent, not to mention Sony’s subsequent behavior with respect to the onerous multistep uninstall request procedure. Does he consider that behavior “responsible”? And I wonder if he still agrees that Sony’s withdrawal and uninstaller development efforts are “aggressive”? My guess is that he would, despite the evidence to the contrary.

Perhaps the strongest evidence of Sony’s own confused view of their actions is their response when F-Secure, a Finnish antivirus company, contacted them about the rootkit a month before I initially blogged about it. Business Week has an article on the inside story that documents Sony’s attempt, which it appears my blog post foiled, to sweep the whole thing under the rug.

Sony’s day of reckoning is coming, however. Last week my home state of Texas filed a law suit in civil court that charges Sony with violations of an antispyware law that the Texas legislature passed in September. How many violations? Several thousand since each Texas consumer that’s installed the XCP software counts as a violation. If Texas gets the $100,000 per violation that they are asking for, the maximum fine under the new law, Sony will feel some real pain. If you haven’t seen the news conference where Greg Abbott, the Attorney General of Texas, announces the suit I recommend you do: “Sony, don’t mess with Texas computers!”

And that’s just one law suit. There are still pending class action suits in several states, including one filed last week by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Eliot Spitzer may file suit on behalf of New York consumers, and I’m serving as an expert for New York attorney Scott Kamber in the national class action suit.

Like I’ve said before, I hope things don’t end when the suits end, but that there’s some lasting policy change to the way that software installations disclose their effect on our computers. Would this have been the mainstream story it’s become if the Sony XCP EULA disclosed somewhere deep within it that hidden software would be installed and that the player would contact Sony’s site with a CD identifier so as to obtain banner information? I’m afraid that, while just as unethical, that behavior would be legal in most states, even ones with spyware laws. Are we okay with that?

Finally, here’s a funny comic related to the story (my apologies to Celine Dion fans…never mind).

Originally by Mark Russinovich on 11/30/2005 3:48:00 PM
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So Sony was hoping you would just go away since you “won.” Again, just like the initial uninstaller, the declaration of a mistake was for the media, and the real uninstaller and recall have yet to be seen.

Oh well, the level of effort that they put forward to remedy the situation, not the amount of press releases they posted, will be a factor in their upcoming trials (but I don’t think they really are concerned…)

Thanks again Mark for staying on top of Sony. Just a friendly reminder now that the Christmas shopping season is well under way: stay WELL CLEAR of Sony.

11/30/2005 4:34:00 PM by Schlice

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From a quick look around this weekend, the word is getting out to some retailers but not others. Borders has removed all the titles from their shelves. Target still has some titles on the shelves but has marked them in their database as recalled; if you try to buy one they are supposed to tell you it’s recalled and not sell it. Best Buy was clueless about the recall and still selling all the titles.

I don’t know how much of this is Sony and how much is the retailers, but Sony surely has the ability to let those retailers know it’s important to move quickly. As Ben Edelman observed, they also can let every affected user know about it using their own software. Perhaps that will be one of the outcomes of the settlement that Texas gets. New York looks to be getting into the action with Eliot Spitzer getting annoyed with Sony’s behavior as well.

11/30/2005 5:00:00 PM by dave

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What’s more, they were apparently planning on doing something like this by themselves, even if you hadn’t discovered the rootkit and publicized it. So it’s all going according to plan.

11/30/2005 7:49:00 PM by anonymous

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So do you think that the stores that fail to remove the CDs should also be held accountable after a certain time? At what point does the seller as well as the maker become liable for selling and distributing a product that allegedly breaks the law? Allegedly because one is innocent till proven guilty in court.

It would seem that Sony is waiting to see what happens in court. Why spend more money and try to offer tools to remove their program if there’s a chance the courts will rule in their favor. If Sony loses, then offer the software tools and pull the CDs. Doing it now won’t stop the lawsuits.

11/30/2005 10:48:00 PM by spidy2

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It looks like more woes for Sony today in the form of disappointing second quarter results where a reported whopping %46 drop in net profit was shown over the last year.
Obviously this does not reflect any negative impact yet from the revelations brought forth in this blog, so it does clearly show that this company can ill afford a PR fiasco on the scale that they are tempting right now. Their behavior regarding the poor follow through and lack of good faith in providing an uninstaller for their spyware and getting these disks off the shelves seems reckless and naive given the easily proven and significant damages that can happen to any computer affected by their underhanded and sloppy code – coupled with the apparent determination of some high profile attorneys general of various states to bring them to account. Customers like myself who are angry at Sony about this issue will likely abandon the wide range of other Sony products like Playstations.

12/1/2005 12:07:00 AM by webdonkey

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Ok, keep up the good work, it sounds great lol

12/1/2005 2:03:00 AM by fontier

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It is amazing that F-Secure was upset that people thought they were stealing Mark’s work. The reality was far worse: F-Secure was sitting on the story for a month to appease Sony:
“F-Secure decided against going public, but blogger Russinovich, who had found the XCP problem on his own, felt no such restraint. ‘I felt this was an issue that would be best addressed more quickly and thoroughly if handled in a public forum,’ he says. ‘I accomplished what I set out to do, which was raising awareness.'”

You *rock* Mark!!

12/1/2005 2:14:00 AM by Miles

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Do people really sues Sony ?

12/1/2005 2:24:00 AM by sway

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Admittance of ignorance to the problem is still best fitted as an excuse although it might have been quite troublesome to many people.

But will such an damage be able to kill such a global business ? I am expecting a true answer at the end of the journey.

12/1/2005 2:37:00 AM by Janetor

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Wow, it really feels great to not do something.

My Sony 5-CD changer died last week. I replaced it with a non-Sony brand.

I’m buying a desktop and the VAIO was one of three under consideration. No more.

I own a Sony F717 camera and will be replacing it by February with a Canon or Olympus.

Bye bye Sony.

12/1/2005 3:23:00 AM by ws

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Mark’s decision to go public was the right one. But I doubt he’d be too eager to blame F-Secure. Some other AV companies seem to have cut Sony much more slack. Some, indeed, even after agreeing to uncloak the software, still seem to be taking the view that this was all a rather regrettable hole in otherwise “legitimate” software and are using weasel words like “ineptware”. AFAICT F-Secure has never taken the view that the software was unproblematic in itself. Their failing seems to have been the assumption that Sony would be keen to put right without delay what its subcontractor had done. With hindsight, that was a very naive assumption.

Something else to have come out of all the publicity around this: it’s been pointed out that Sony has previously been found guilty of price-fixing and of payola. I didn’t know; and I doubt many people did. I think that, together with their deliberate foot-dragging over XCP (and Mediamax) is a clear demonstration that they have little regard for ethics or legality.

Bad Sony

12/1/2005 5:05:00 AM by Damian

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Microsoft Antispyware now detects and removes the rootkit it seems.

More here:

12/1/2005 5:17:00 AM by cluelessdrifting

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Is it just me, or does it seem that Sony is trying to pin this on First4Internet. It looks like they’re going to try for the “I didn’t know!” defense. It also seems that from this statement: “Security experts say within a week of Russinovich’s revelations, hackers had produced viruses designed to exploit the software. Sony’s patch was available by then, and there have been no reports of a virus outbreak.”, that they will try to blame the virus stuff on Mark. Very subtly they are saying that if Mark kept quiet, no-one would have been vulnerable. What a crock! But what else would you expect from a company that’s in bed with Bertelsmann Germany. These are the same guys that runs Random House publishers and stole ideas from another writer and sold it as their own. (

It does seem that for all the good that Mark’s revelation did, Sony is still trying to squirm their way out of this by blaming other people. Hopefully the court cases will not be dropped in favour of measly settlements and Sony will be made to bear the brunt of their blunder. Although, it is difficult to fathom what would restore our (the consumers) trust in this company and in copy protection initiatives in the future.

12/1/2005 6:16:00 AM by Kodewulf

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We cannot boycott FBI for not going after Sony maleware, like they would for a common person spreading bit for bit the same virus.

We cannot boycott Congress/parliament.

We cannot boycott the Constitution, even that it appears some special interest groups are above the law.

What I already do is
– Stop watching CNN, for not revealing the important stories, this is what I do 10 years now …

– Don’t buy anything Sony. Teach others to do the same.

12/1/2005 11:27:00 AM by Enough

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12/1/2005 11:35:00 AM by Tom

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Looking on the bright side of this, Texas has the death penalty. 😉

12/1/2005 11:35:00 AM by Tom

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Does anyone know if any investigation has been done do see if Sony is also packaging this same rootkit software with the software that ships and gets installed with its DVD & CD RW burners?

This seems like a simple packaging effort that Sony could do which would also be totally unnoticed when the burner software gets installed.

12/1/2005 11:36:00 AM by fluteman

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Is anyone else under the impression that the software is on many more than the 50 or so CDs that Sony has admitted to? From what I am seeing on the network, the rootkit seems to be far too widespread to be attributed to a few lesser-known artists and other crappy ones. Either that, or music taste has taken a huge downward turn as well.

12/1/2005 12:00:00 PM by emptybeerkann

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My Hero,
You can relax. The last thing that a faltering company would do is to recall their products. Why would they do something like then when they want to shut shop and flee? Just wait and see how they commit hara-kiri. As of now I’ve stopped watching TV channels in which Sony has a stake – just to rub in my point.

12/1/2005 12:01:00 PM by The Prince Of Lightning

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Which channels does Sony have a stake in? I learned too late that a movie I took the kids to benefited the Sued Out of New York (S.O.N.Y.) crowd. I did pass by a boom box that was perfect for the need to buy a Curtis which was merely adequate, but find myself wondering if there are any other brand names that ultimately mean money to SONY? Any help on this is appreciated.

Someone should start a blog listing which channels and products and movies are on the black list. I don’t have time for the research, or I’d do it myself.

Thanks, Mark, for standing by your guns on this. I am finding that the hardest part of this is explaining just how sick and wrong this is to people with no tech understanding. As soon as I get it right, I’ll post the results….

12/1/2005 12:47:00 PM by Donosaur

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Anti-DRM Protest Part II in NYC

12/1/2005 3:43:00 PM by Enough

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In what way you discover Sony malware ?

Many of the people I know of understand how to hack people’s computers and crack software.

Anyway, it’s kind of teh so called development… Enjoy and good luck!

12/1/2005 3:48:00 PM by Lupor

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One thing I’m confused about, and maybe you know more. I noticed the CD protected label on a Foo Fighters CD I was looking at on Amazon. I did a google search to find out what that meant and came up with all this Sony stuff. I noticed, though, that on the list of Sony CDs containing the software, that disk is not listed. Is it because a different company, and not just Sony is doing it? Is this because that CD has a different software but still a ‘anti piracy’ software? Or did Sony not list all the CDs affected?

12/1/2005 4:01:00 PM by Joanne

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Thanks Mark, you are so good.;-) bringing up such a story is always good, keep up the good work. Yeh yeh

12/1/2005 6:01:00 PM by Mark Kemble

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joanne wrote:
“One thing I’m confused about… Foo Fighters CD… that disk is not listed”

I understand your confusion…

Welcome to Sony’s eternal reign of deception and denial. What you ran into was the other brand of Sony malware… and I hope you didn’t put it in your PC.

The original uproar was triggered by Mark’s discovery about the F4I’s XCP malware that Sony commissioned for some of its CD’s.

What you have on the Foo Fighters CDs is Sony’s other brand of malware: Sunncomm’s MediaMax. The one that lies to you and installs even if you decline the EULA.

General question to the average
Windows user:

Did you ever put any of the following CDs into your Windows PC? Did you accept or decline the EULA when it
popped up?

It does not matter if you did or not.

The Sony malware on the CD was already secretly INSTALLED and RUNNING while you looked
at the EULA.

It REMAINED installed and running
regardless of whether you accepted the
EULA or declined it.

It STILL REMAINED installed and running even if you removed the Sony CD.

And it’s still there on your PC.

And if, at any time therafter, you ever put another of these Sony malware infected CDs in your PC… then that secretly installed malware was written into your Windows registry and set to restart every time you turn on your computer… IN SPITE OF the user having declined it twice… and you’re stuck with it.

Following is the malware CD list that Sony
hopes you don’t learn about (Hint:
there’s a hell of a lot more than 50
of them):


20137-(HED) PE-4 Song Sampler
439-40 Below Summer-The Mourning After
20077-Afterdark-San Francisco
20149-Afterdark-New York City
20237-Alicia Keys-Unplugged – Premium
20238-Alicia Keys-Unplugged – Standard
20247-Alicia Keys-Unplugged – Premium Canadian Release
20248-Alicia Keys-Unplugged – Standard Canadian Release
20162-Amici forever-Defined
20195-Amici forever-Defined – Canadian Release
326-Ana Victoria-Love Is All
202-Ana Victoria-3 Song Sampler
208-Ana Victoria-5 Song Sampler
10083-Angie Stone-Stone Love
268-Anthony Hamilton-Comin’ From Where I’m From
20268-Anthony Hamilton-Ain’t Nobody Worryin’
418-Aretha Franklin-So Damn Happy
248-Automatic Black-Automatic Black – Album Sampler
203-Automatic Black-3 Song Sampler
819-Avril Lavigne-Under My Skin
20117-Babyface-A Love Story
249-Babyface-Babyface 5 Song Sampler
20181-Babyface-Grown & Sexy
20186-Babyface-4 Song Sampler
20204-Babyface-Grown & Sexy – Canadian Release
20189-Backstreet Boys-Never Gone – Canadian Release
20183-Backstreet Boys-Never Gone
250-Bebel Gilberto-Bebel Gilberto
360-Ben Kweller-On My Way
20208-Black Rebel Motorcycle Club-Howl
20171-Blitzkrieg Pop-T. Raumschmiere
251-Blu Cantrell-Bittersweet
255-Boyd Tinsley-Boyd Tinsley
20082-Boyz II Men-Throwback
275-Brand New-Deja Entendu
20244-Brian Wilson-What I Really Want For Christmas
20258-Britney Spears-Remixed”>Britney Spears – Remixed
20262-Britney Spears-Remixed – Canadian Release
309-Britney Spears-In The Zone
420-Cassidy-Split Personality (explicit)
20205-Cassidy-I’m A Hustla (Explicit) – Canadian Release
20191-Cassidy-I’m a Hustla (explicit)
20192-Cassidy-I’m a Hustla (edited)
261-Cee Lo Green-Cee Lo Green…Is The Soul Machine
20196-Charlie Wilson-5 Song Sampler
20223-Charlie Wilson-Charlie Last Name Wilson
20029-Charlotte Martin-On Your Shore
20264-Chris Brown-Chris Brown
10071-Christopher Lawrence-All Or Nothing
735-Citizen Cope-Under The Sun
20135-Clay Aiken-Merry Christmas With Love
20190-Cook Dixon Young-Volume One
20210-Cuban Link-Chain Reaction (Explicit)
20144-Cuban Link-Chain Reaction – Demo
321-da Brat-Limelite Luv & Niteclubz (Edited)
322-da Brat-Limelite Luv n Niteclubz (Explicit)
20172-Dave Matthews Band-Stand Up – Canadian Release
20161-Dave Matthews Band-Stand Up
20211-David Gray-Life In Slow Motion
20232-David Gray-Life In Slow Motion – Canadian Release
357-Death Threat-Now Here Fast!
320-Dido-Life For Rent
474-Dido-White Flag
20180-Dido-Dido Live
20273-Donell Jones-Journey Of A Gemini Sampler
237-Donell Jones-Album Sampler
20241-Donovan Banzana-Life’s Code Of Ethics
267-Elvis Presley-Close Up Sampler
325-Elvis Presley-Live In Texas 1972
454-Elvis Presley-Unreleased Movie Gems
455-Elvis Presley-Unreleased Stereo Masters From The `50s
437-Elvis Presley-The Magic Of Nashville
311-Eve6-It’s All In Your Head
20206-Faithless-Forever Faithless
20222-FlamBey-The Flamerous Life
20187-Foo Fighters-7 Song Sampler
20178-Foo Fighters-In Your Honor (Electric)
20179-Foo Fighters-In Your Honor (Acoustic)”
20127-Frequent Flyer-Bombay
20044-Frequent Flyer-Rio De Janeiro
353-From Zero-My So-called Life
262-Gavin DeGraw-Chariot Album Sampler
299-GOB-Foot In Mouth Disease
443-Heather Headley-this is who I am
20018-Hot Import Nights-Driving Beats
435-Ike and Tina Turner-The Early Sessions
20239-Imogen Heap-Speak for Yourself
438-In Essence-The Master Plan
305-J-Kwon-Hood Hop (Edited)
306-J-Kwon-Hood Hop (Explicit)
20074-J-Zone-A Job Aint Nuthin but Work
372-Jacksoul-PROMO – HMV value add
307-James Taylor-Hourglass
20260-Jamie Foxx-Unpredictable – THE SAMPLER
20240-Jeff Bates-Good People
20166-Jim Brickman-Grace – Canadian Release
20156-Jim Brickman-Grace
20158-Jody Sticker-5 Minutes
20182-Judd And Maggie-Subjects
20132-Kalan Porter-219 Days
20167-Kasabian-Kasabian – Canadian Release
20157-Keith Anderson-Three Chord Country And American Rock & Roll
20151-Kelis-Tasty (Edited)”
427-Kelis-Tasty (Explicit)
20145-Ken Oak-Half Step Down
20113-Kenny G-4 Song Sampler
809-Keshia Chanté-Sampler
476-Kings Of Leon-Youth And Young Manhood
20134-Kings Of Leon-Aha Shake Heartbreak
20169-Kings Of Leon-Aha Shake Heartbreak – Canadian Release
20272-Leilani Jaster-Leilani Jaster
362-Len Doolin-Once In A Lifetime
20198-Leo Kottke/Mike Gordon-Sixty Six Steps
20217-Living Things-Ahead Of The Lions
20152-Longwave-There’s A Fire
20126-Los Razos-La Raza Anda Acelrada (Explicit)
354-Manmohan Waris-Nachiye Majajne
20106-Mario-Here I Go Again
20229-Maroon 5-Maroon 5 Live – Friday The 13th – Canadian Release
20225-Maroon 5-Live: Friday the 13th
20215-Mashonda-January Joy
20263-Melissa O’Neil-Melissa O’Neil – Canadian Release
20128-Moderato-Detector De Metales
20129-Moenia-Stereo Hits
310-My Morning Jacket-it still moves
20216-My Morning Jacket-Z
20174-Nathaniel Kimble-Better Get Ready
20219-Nikka Costa-Can’tneverdidnothin’ – Australian Release
298-Nodesha-Get It While It`s Hot
368-North Star-Pollyanna
20125-Other-Please Detail in Question
20214-Our Lady Peace-Healthy In Paranoid Times – Candadian Release
278-Out Of Your Mouth-Draghdad
424-Ozomatli-Street Signs
20220-Paul van Dyk-Politics of Dancing 2
366-Pedro Vargas-Pedro Vargas Canta a José Alfredo Jiménez
20024-Peggy Scott-Adams-God Can And He Will
20136-Peter Cetera-You Just Gotta Love Christmas
20261-Philosopher Kings-Castles
448-Pink-Try This
20147-Play-N-Skillz-The Album Before The Album
20025-Projet Orange-4-Track Sampler
20097-Projet Orange-Megaphobe
20227-Quenga-Quenga – U.S. and New Zealand Release
808-Rachael Yamagata-Happenstance
20194-Raheem DeVaughn-The Love Experience
20014-Ray Charles-Genius Loves Company
20038-Ray LaMontagne-Trouble
20193-Richard Hawley-Cole’s Corner
20197-Röyksopp-The Understanding – Australian & New Zealand Release
20030-Sak Pasé Presents Wyclef Jean-Welcome To Haiti Creole 101
20199-SalonMusique-Uptown Conditioner
20200-SalonMusique-Ultimate Relaxer
20245-Santana-All That I Am
20256-Santana-All That I Am – Canadian Release
20207-Sarah McLachlan-Bloom (Album Remix)
20138-Sarah McLachlan-Afterglow Live
235-Sarah McLachlan-Afterglow
289-Sarah Mclachlan-Fallen
20249-Say Anything-Say Anything…is a Real Boy
20250-Say Anything-Say Anything…was a Real Boy
20251-Say Anything-Say Anything…is a Real Boy – Canadian Release
20252-Say Anything-Say Anything…was a Real Boy – Canadian Release
20257-Shane Capone-Heated Speech
20148-Shawn Desman-Sampler – Canadian Release
20163-Shawn Desman-Back For More – Canadian Release
20120-Shawn Kane-Full Version Sampler
20188-Shawnie-The Return
20094-Silvertide-Show And Tell (Explicit)
20095-Silvertide-Show And Tell (Edited)
457-Skrape-Up The Dose
213-Sloan-Action Pact
20173-Sloan-A Sides Win: Singles 1992 – 2005 – Canadian Release
20259-Smitty-Life Of A Troubled Child (Album Advance)
20221-Soundtrack-Masters of Horror Soundtrack Sampler
20170-Soundtrack-The Cave
20159-Soundtrack-XXX: State of the Union (explicit)
20160-Soundtrack-XXX: State of the Union (edited)
20165-Sountrack-XXX: State Of The Union (Explicit) – Canadian Release
475-South-With The Tides
415-Spymob-Sitting Around Keeping Score
20201-StellaStarr*-4 Song Sampler
20203-StellaStarr*-Album Advance
20231-Stellastarr*-Harmonies For The Haunted – Canadian Release
20235-Stellastarr*-Harmonies For The Haunted
356-Steve Myland-Not Every Rhyme Has A Reason
371-Strawberry Shortcake-Premium Giveaway
20255-Suburban Tragedy-Tonight We’ll Watch The Sun Come Up
20224-Syleena Johnson-Chapter 3: The Flesh
20228-Syleena Johnson-Chapter 3: The Flesh – Canadian Release
20266-T-Pain-Rappa Ternt Sanga – Explicit
20267-T-Pain-Rappa Ternt Sanga – Edited
20176-T. Raumschmiere-Blitzkrieg Pop
20177-Tazz Calhoun-It’s All Good
204-Tears For Fears-3-Song Sampler
288-Tears For Fears-Everybody Loves A Happy Ending
276-Tha Rayne-Didn`t You Know
20202-The Appearance-Are We Not Entertained?
10073-The Calling-Two Copy
20168-The Chieftains-Live From Dublin; A Tribute To Derek Bell – Canadian Release
20143-The Chietains-Live From Dublin; A Tribute To Derek Bell
318-The Crystal Method-Legion of Boom
440-The Neptunes-The Neptunes Present…Clones
20142-The Residents-Animal Lover
432-The Sound Of Urchin-The