So, that album of theirs released without any record company at all, that you pay what you want to for?
It's great, and you should go buy it now. And following their example, Nine Inch Nails, Madonna, and I'm sure many more are also saying goodbye to the useless, outmoded record companies. And under those circumstances, when it's only up to the fans, how long can the banal pop the record companies want us to buy(because it's under their control and they can predict the outcome of their promotion better, and they get most of the money and rights and the artist gets little) last?
I'd rather support actual art, not help Britney Spears fund her drinking.
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