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Old 03-22-2011, 04:13 AM   #50 (permalink)
Seemingly Silenced
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The internet boom of the late-90's created a media revolution. People realized that copying, uploading, and downloading files could be done quickly and at no cost to them. Who could resist? It was a freeing time for all of us. The idea that music could exist without taking up any real space, that you could have 5000 songs at your finger tips and nevr have to worry about losing or scratching another CD ever again was fascinating.

I can admit it, I helped kill the music industry. Whatever, the bulk of good commercial music has already been made, and people who truly want to make great music will do so whether they are rich or not. So I'm not worried, the music industry can stay dead...

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