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Before you answer, here is one thing you may not realize. When a CD is purchased, it usually costs, what, 10-20 dollars? Guess how much the band gets out of that: 50 cents IF they got an extremely good deal.. Some bands get mere dimes per CD sold. That means a platnum selling artist (one million CDs sold) will get around $300,000 for the CDs, which is pocket change if they're that famous. Does knowing this change your mind? I went to a show once and the lead singer told us to SCREW the RIAA. Download our music online and if you like it, come see our concert again because that means so much more to us. Touring is where bands actually earn money. So I say, download the music and support your bands by going to see them live.
I already knew what you stated and it doesn't change my mind. If a band wants to offer their music for free download that's great, but I have an issue when a CD gets released in Europe and/or Japan a month before it gets released in the States and someone posts it for free download. By your example above if 1 million copies of a CD were downloaded and the artist was not a top artist that sold out shows, then the artist would lose $300,000. I know that this is extreme, but they are still entitled to their lousy $.50 per recording. Also, a lot of bands never make it to towns where their fans are to play live, so how are those fans going to support them....by buying the disc. I wish the bands did get more, but the truth is that they don't so give them their due and help your favorite band in any way that you can. Just my opinion. DG Hampton Cove so you are saying that here are no bands that can reach high record sales and not be a sell out artist. I say that there are plenty of them, they happen over in Japan. where the RIAA does not monitor, let me be clear, I said that I do not have an issue with downloading music that a band provides and approves, my issue is the band that does not get US airplay, yet has a cult following and a bunch of people downloading their stuff because US record stores will not stock it and the US radio will not promote it. Also, when a band records an album, they get an loan to record, they do not make one cent until the record company is paid back the whole amount.so if people are downloading a bands music that is not "top act" and the sales do not compensat the amount loaned, then the band has to pay it. Bands also do not get to chose where they play, there are hundreds of bands with large followings that would love to play the US, but because they are not talentless enough, they have a hard time finding a promoter to get them signed to a tour. Ex. .... Richie Kotzen, releases an album in Japan and it is instantly #1 on the charts at debut, also his first single is almost gauranteeed to be number one. He doesn't get played in the states, so (made up number here) 100,000 people download his songs illegally, that means that he loses $50,000. Thats wrong. no matter what the RIAA and the record companies make, the artist still deserves their crappy little amount UNLESS they want to give their profit away. As far as supporting terroism, I think that is Bullshi..T. But there was a case in the UK where someone set up a site similar to Napster, except the downloads went through routers in 5 countries and the final destination triggered a popup advert that earned the site owner $.01 per download. It was estimated that the guy made $100,000+ US in 3 months, the artist saw none of that.....if anyone thinks that this is a good thing than your nuts and too damn cheap to buy a recording. If you think that a CD costs too much, when CD's first came out around 1986, they were $15.99 a piece, that was nuts. CD's are one of the only that have actually increased value in the last 20 years, buy lowering their prices as inflation continued to grow.
I believe that really good artist and any artist would bank more from doing shows i think if the music industry is going to push the same music across the radio and tv and the stores are just going to carry that same group of crap it becomes more difficult to find some of the music you really want but if there is an artist which i feel makes great music and the entire album is great i will make the effort to buy the album they made stereos many years ago designed to tape music off the radio you would have had to wait for your song and cassettes suck but same thing and you could tape your friends music and they could tape yours this is just similar but with way more friends and much easier/faster results i like the thom yorke philosophy of it
It shouldn't be illegal, I don't think. Well it should atleast be up to the band. They SERIOUSLY lay it on thick though. All those adverts that are like "If you download music, you are funding terrorism." "Pirating is THEFT. Don't let the pirates get you, they're EVIL!" "Illegal music downloading kills little kittens and orphans." Ohhh give me a break. I download a song I like, which means I'm sending money off to be spent on material for bombs to blow up the world? Spare me. Yes, fair enough, downloading music takes money away from fat record company men who need it to buy that 16th stretch limo they've had their eye on. Let's do them a favour and give them a little bit towards it eh? I wonder how many thumbs down I'll get for this. Hahha.
Its illegal and one day it will haunt you so you shouldn't do it