Archive of posts with category 'Corporate rock sucks'

8 January 2015 Some idle thoughts on the fan/artist relationship in the Internet age
15 November 2012 But what am I supposed to do?
17 January 2008 If home taping is killing music...
27 November 2007 Corporate Rock Sucks #21: Kristin Hersh breaks away
6 November 2007 Corporate rock sucks #20 :file-sharing increases CD purchasing
3 October 2007 Corporate sucks #19: Because it's run by idiots…
1 October 2007 Corporate rock sucks #18: Radiohead try another way…
14 September 2007 Corporate rock sucks #17: Prince reclaims his “art”
2 September 2007 Corporate rock sucks #16: Rick Rubin and Columbia
30 August 2007 Corporate rock sucks #15: Kristin Hersh and sustainability
31 July 2007 Corporate rock sucks #14: Is the Internet a good thing for music?
12 July 2007 Corporate rock sucks #13: Last.fm and Sony
5 June 2007 Corporate rock sucks #12: It wasn't supposed to happen so quickly
30 May 2007 Corporate rock sucks #11: Last.fm succumbs to the desire to be a small fish in a big pond…
8 November 2006 Corporate rock sucks #10: When major label money comes in the door integrity goes out the window…
15 June 2006 Corporate rock sucks #9: I am a copyright thief
17 March 2006 Corporate rock sucks #8: Is there no end to the desire to be a part of something bigger?
24 February 2006 Corporate rock sucks #7: Trust me! I'm a music lover…
8 February 2006 Corporate rock sucks #6: The great Decemberists rip off
31 January 2006 Corporate rock sucks #5: Capitalism is killing music
9 January 2006 Corporate rock sucks #4: I will pledge to never purchase a CD contaning any form of Digital Rights Management
29 November 2005 Corporate rock sucks #3: Major label = bad
25 July 2005 Corporate rock sucks #2: Not this time thank you…
27 May 2004 Corporate rock sucks #1: Is it a band's website…

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