Before you download. There may actually be a side effect of unzipping the very long filenames - the built in Windows unzipper isn't always great about that (or about punctuation like semicolons and commas).
To work around this, move the zip file to a place on your hard drive with a short path name, like C:\temp and extract from there. Once the files are successfully unzipped, rename them to something simple (like "the hard gospel - track 1.mp3") and then move them to wherever you need to in order to import them into iTunes & sync. Alternatively you might suggest to fans any fans having trouble that they use the (much more powerful) 7-Zip to extract their tunes: www.7-zip.org
You can always download the files individually to avoid this problem altogether. Hope this isn't too much of an inconvenience. Streaming also free.
Why doesn’t society have a secular list of rules that precisely define morality with exclusion to religion? We are not alone in this question/desire, nor do we claim authorship to the concept. Many scientist, philosophers, comedians, and even the Dalai Lama share a similar quest/idea. This list of suggestions we have created in song is not meant to replace any sort of religious document(s). It is merely designed to provoke thought in what constitutes morality.