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Record breaker: a brief history of Prince's contractual controversies

Record breaker: a brief history of Prince's contractual controversies | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it
From his first album with Warner Music in 1978 to his current ambivalent relationship with digital, the Purple One, who has compared contracts to slavery, has a nearly 40-year history of battling for control over his music
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Guess whose records are now being shipped to a store nearby?
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nestor sanchez's curator insight, August 19, 2016 12:57 PM

Another yet great artist, Prince. You know, its  really sad to see artist fight for the rights to their music. $40 years of battling for his control over his music is crazy! The music industry really enslaves one and captures you so beware. Indie is the way. Don't be fooled!  This is similar to Michael Jackson. Another legend. may they be at peace.

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Aaron Swartz commits suicide - The Tech

Aaron Swartz commits suicide - The Tech | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it
Computer activist Aaron H. Swartz committed suicide in New York City yesterday, Jan. 11, according to his uncle, Michael Wolf, in a comment to The Tech. Swartz was 26.
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RIP Aaron Swartz

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Las escuchas de canciones de Ramones aumentan un 300% en Spotify | Industria Musical

Las escuchas de canciones de Ramones aumentan un 300% en Spotify | Industria Musical | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it

Desde el anuncio de la muerte de Tommy Ramone el número de escuchas del grupo en Spotify ha crecido un 300%.

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Hey ho, let's stream!

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Free Music Archive: Fight For Your Right To Copy: Beastie Boys, "Now Get Busy"

Free Music Archive: Fight For Your Right To Copy: Beastie Boys, "Now Get Busy" | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it

I was devastated to learn that Adam "MCA" Yauch left us on Friday. His life is full of moments to celebrate: License to Ill-era shenanigans on Japanese TV; the dense sample-based lyricism of Paul's Boutique; his return to the bass on Check Your Head and Ill Communication informed by the decade of musical exploration that followed the group's formation in NYC's hardcore scene.

 

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