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  A Musician's Take on File Sharing, DRM, and Copyleft Licensing
Subject:   Mp3 Helps, the record industy hurt themselves
Date:   2003-07-02 19:29:30
From:   anonymous2
Response to: Mp3 Helps, the record industy hurt themselves

I don't really appreciate cd's with only one or two good songs. Does RIAA really think I want to spend 20 dollars on 5 minutes of music? Even worse is a cd that has all the good songs from the previous four CD's that I already own and is marketed as a "new" work. What gives? I personally bought 5 cd's of an artist (who I won't name) because I liked some of the songs I found on Kazaa. I liked the first 3 of the five cd's but I almost never listen to them. How am I supposed to find out about music if it's not for P2P. I don't read music reviews and I'm certianly not about to buy something just because it is the latest thing. It has to be worth listening to before I'll get it.


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  1. Mp3 Helps, the record industy hurt themselves
    2003-07-27 13:58:08  anonymous2 [View]

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      2003-08-01 13:20:06  anonymous2 [View]

    • from John, an unsigned artist
      2003-08-01 11:30:30  anonymous2 [View]

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          2003-09-13 19:53:52  anonymous2 [View]

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