List of compact discs sold with XCP


List of compact discs sold with XCP

:"Main article: Extended Copy Protection"The following compact discs sold by Sony BMG were shipped with the computer software known as Extended Copy Protection (XCP). As a result, any Microsoft Windows computer that has been used to play these CDs is likely to have had XCP installed. This can cause a number of serious security problems. Several security software vendors, including Microsoft, regard XCP as a trojan horse, spyware, or rootkit. Mac OS X systems used to play these CDs may have been affected with a similar program,
MediaMax.

Album list

* "12 Songs" by Neil Diamond
* "At This Time" by Burt Bacharach
* "The Best of Shel Silverstein" by Shel Silverstein
* "" by Britney Spears
* "Bob Brookmeyer & Friends" by Bob Brookmeyer
* "The Body Acoustic" by Cyndi Lauper
* "Broken Valley " by Life of Agony
* "Cautivo" by Chayanne
* "Complicated" by Nivea
* "The Dead 60s" by The Dead 60s
* "Dreamin' My Dreams" by Patty Loveless
* "Drum Suite" by Art Blakey
* "The Essential Dion" by Dion
* "The Essential Pete Seeger" by Pete Seeger
* "Faso Latido" by A Static Lullaby
* "Foggy Mountain Jamboree" by Flatt & Scruggs
* "Friendship" by Ray Charles
* "Get Right With the Man" by Van Zant
* "Goldon" by Elkland
* "The Great American Songbook" by Billie Holiday
* "The Great American Songbook" by Frank Sinatra
* "The Great American Songbook" by Louis Armstrong
* "Healthy in Paranoid Times" by Our Lady Peace
* "I Saw The Light With Some Help From My Friends" by Earl Scruggs
* "Interiors" by Rosanne Cash
* "The Invisible Invasion" by The Coral
* "Jeru" by Gerry Mulligan
* "King's Record Shop" by Rosanne Cash
* "Live In Tokyo" by G3
* "Manhattan Symphonie" by Dexter Gordon
* "Mary Mary" by Mary Mary
* "My Very Special Guests" by George Jones
* "Nothing Is Sound" by Switchfoot
* "On ne change pas" by Celine Dion
* "Phantoms" by Acceptance
* "Rebirth" by Jennifer Lopez
* "Ride" by Shelly Fairchild
* "Robbery" by Teena Marie
* "The Season" by Jane Monheit
* "Seven Year Ache" by Rosanne Cash
* "Shine" by Trey Anastasio
* "Silver's Blue" by Horace Silver Quintet
* "Sings the Peggy Lee Songbook" by Bette Midler
* "" by Montgomery Gentry
* "Susie Suh" by Susie Suh
* "Suspicious Activity?" by The Bad Plus
* "This Is Me... Then" by Jennifer Lopez
* "This Is Niecy" by Deniece Williams
* "Times Like These" by Buddy Jewell
* "To Love Again" by Chris Botti
* "Touch" by Amerie
* "" by Emma Roberts
* "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield
* "Vivian" by Vivian Green
* "Walking Among The Living" by Jon Randall
* "Who We Are" by Hope Partlow

Two CDs were incorrectly marked as containing XCP:"Life" by Ricky Martin and"7 Days in Memphis" by Peter Gallagher.

External links

* [http://cp.sonybmg.com/xcp/english/titles.html Sony BMG list of XCP CDs]
* [http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/archives/004144.php EFF list of XCP CDs]
* [http://www.idiotabroad.com/2005/11/cds-affected-by-the-sony-bmg-spyware/ Geoffrey McCalebs list of XCP CDs]


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