i like one or two songs on the CD and i feel its not worth buying
so really, if im not going to be giving my money to these greedy huge companies then in MY opinion its ok
Pirates don't care about whether your a greedy corporation, they put indie stuff up for stealing too. As far as your analogy for justifying stealing music, that makes no sense either (assuming it's available in the following example) because itunes and the like allow you to buy singles from as little as £1 / $1 or less and not liking the whole album doesn't justify stealing a few songs instead off it instead.
It's been said already and I'll say it again, 90-95% of people steal (not pirate, steal) other peoples work because they don't want to pay and can get away with it, simply as that. It has nothing to do with quality, DRM, no demo, no money, only liked 1 song, motorway gridlock, sticking it to the man, freedom for everyone, being Robin Hood or any other bullshit excuses these 90-95% come up with.
ENTERTAINMENT IS NOT A COMMODITY. If this party was ensuring everybody has a right to live and eat then power to them, if pirate bay was helping third world countries get a little joy in their life they otherwise couldn't afford then power to them too (although I think food & water is a bit higher up in their pecking order) but none of this is the case.
I don't give a shit whether it's Microsoft or 2dBoy, it's all anonymous digital-equivalent retail store theft. If you want to show the evil corporations or think something is crap, don't frigging buy it, simple as, no one is forcing you. This isn't the flipping British (forced) TV license where you have to pay just for owning a device that transmits TV whether you watch their stations or not, now that's a cause pirates should be dealing with, not stuff you have a choice in buying and no God given right to as a basic life provision.
I'd for love these people to try taking games, music and other entertainment from retail stores without paying for some of the same lame reasons they come up with and see if they don't end up learning the fine art of picking up soap for their troubles.