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I still don't get the mentality where someone is supposed to spend a great deal of time and money creating music or some sort of visual arts, and then they're supposed to turn around and just give it away for free.

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and that is why you'll fail

 

So I fail because while I played in a band I felt that after the months writing songs, then spending tens of thousand of dollars to record those songs, then the year on the road playing to promote the album. . . that people shouldn't be allowed to have it for free?

 

Makes total sense.

 

What about the VW commercial where J-Lo drove past from graffiti and the dude sued and won? That's a copyright issue, or is that different cause it's some graff and dance bull shit?

 

So I can start screening 12oz shirts and selling them to tourists in times square?

 

Everyone in here runs their mouth about how much of a baller they are but they can't even afford a $10 CD.

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So I fail because while I played in a band I felt that after the months writing songs, then spending tens of thousand of dollars to record those songs, then the year on the road playing to promote the album. . . that people shouldn't be allowed to have it for free?

 

Makes total sense.

 

What about the VW commercial where J-Lo drove past from graffiti and the dude sued and won? That's a copyright issue, or is that different cause it's some graff and dance bull shit?

 

So I can start screening 12oz shirts and selling them to tourists in times square?

 

Everyone in here runs their mouth about how much of a baller they are but they can't even afford a $10 CD.

 

namedrop ur band

 

I might agree with you in theory here, but THE PORN THINK OF THE PORN

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namedrop ur band

 

I might agree with you in theory here, but THE PORN THINK OF THE PORN

 

Shitty band on a small label. . . still tons of work, and still living the dream in my head.

 

P.S. Whores should never be paid.

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I still don't get the mentality where someone is supposed to spend a great deal of time and money creating music or some sort of visual arts, and then they're supposed to turn around and just give it away for free.

 

and i dont get the mentality that just because some person or a company puts out content that they are automatically entitled to my money. the individual should decide if they want to SHARE the content they payed for with another person or on the internet, that's the issue here its a matter of choice.

 

 

 

 

So I can start screening 12oz shirts and selling them to tourists in times square?

 

Everyone in here runs their mouth about how much of a baller they are but they can't even afford a $10 CD.

 

you're mixing apples and oranges here, you're comparing counterfeiting to people sharing data

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i'll buy pirated 12oz shirts and sell 'em on bombing science.

 

 

i agree in theory, stealing music is bad....... but i don't give a shit. i support bands with merch--which is where the money is made. labels take most of the money from record sales anyhow.

 

/yesblackbandtshirt6daysoftheweek

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So I fail because while I played in a band I felt that after the months writing songs, then spending tens of thousand of dollars to record those songs, then the year on the road playing to promote the album. . . that people shouldn't be allowed to have it for free?

 

Makes total sense.

 

What about the VW commercial where J-Lo drove past from graffiti and the dude sued and won? That's a copyright issue, or is that different cause it's some graff and dance bull shit?

 

So I can start screening 12oz shirts and selling them to tourists in times square?

 

Everyone in here runs their mouth about how much of a baller they are but they can't even afford a $10 CD.

 

Video is still on tv now, said video is a month old, no one sued and won anything those cases can take up to 2 years. stop tellin fibs.

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If you're making music to make money then maybe you should re-assess the situation. There's a 99.7% chance you will never be a rockstar.

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Considering Kreayshawn's probably making at LEAST $500-$750k+ a year on mp3 sales alone before what she makes from contracts, concerts etc. which is probably another 500k at least I would say you're wrong.

 

and STILL bitchin? :rolleyes:

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