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RNS.

Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 26 Mar 19, Tuesday


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Rabid Neurosis (RNS) was an MP3 warez release organization which was founded in 1996, following in the footsteps of Compress ‘Da Audio (CDA), the first MP3 piracy group. In 1999, the group claimed to have released over 6,000 titles a year. RNS occasionally used the tagline “Rabid Neurosis – Spread The Epidemic.” RNS were best known for releasing highly anticipated albums by hip hop, pop, rock and dance artists weeks and sometimes months before their official release date. RNS is known to have greatly contributed to the mp3 scene. After their group was mentioned in an MTV News article about the early leak of the Eminem album Encore, RNS stopped including their initials in filenames and ID3 tags.

Their last release was Fall Out Boy’s Infinity on High on January 19, 2007.[2]

On September 9, 2009, four members of the defunct group were indicted by the United States Department of Justice for conspiracy to commit copyright infringement.[3][4] They included Adil R. Cassim (who used the handle ‘Kali’ and later ‘Blazini’), Matthew D. Chow (‘rl’), Bennie L. Glover (‘adeg’) and Edward L. Mohan II (‘MistaEd’). Adil Cassim took over leadership of the group in 2000 after the departure of the former leader ‘Al_Capone’, and had previously been a member of other mp3 warez groups HNA and RPB[5] before they merged with RNS.

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