Superstars Should Live By The (Download) Code


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I came across this page while

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on December 1, 2015 - 9:40pm.

I came across this page while listening to 25 on vinyl wondering where my download code is. At the local shop I bought it at I asked the clerk if it did in fact include a code, since it wasn't advertised on the cover. His response was "I'm not sure, but I would be shocked if it didn't since almost all our new albums include one."

I completely agree with everything you say here. It's like the music industry had been given this second chance and they're just working to blow it again by disenfranchising their last paying customers...

Very disappointed.

Streaming is killing music.

Submitted by JK (not verified) on December 2, 2015 - 6:33am.

Streaming is killing music. There should be a worldwide database set up that lists all songs, everything, by anyone who releases a track and steaming services should by law be required to pay a fair rate (say per 15 to 30 second listen), directly to the songwriter (not their label, publisher, manager). If no direct action is taken, there will be no music industry.

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