OK, I see that the file names are corrupted when php unzips the file, so you can't use it for that. However, when I do this:
`unzip '86 Crew - 2000 - Bad Bad Reggae.zip' `;
I get clean file names. Note the backward slashes. You can put that line in a php file, just as it is, and it will extract the zip file. This is on a Linux machine, with BASH. I'll look for code that will let you open, as opposed to extract, a single file from the folder. However that doesn't mean you're out of the woods if I find it, I will, the file names may cause other problems. And you still my end up having to extract all the folders. You might want to download all the zips to your own machine as backup in case there are problems.
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