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Given the "pirate" on its name, the business is probably a parody of online services that allow downloads of audio files, typically music, for free and without any regard for copyright laws, such as Napster.
In 2004, Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster filled a lawsuit against Pirate Music, claiming that they made a young boy named Nick Patterson become obsessed with Richard Wagner operas. Goldberg lost the case, because of a lack of "common sense".