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I prefer to remain free. I have no necessity of distractions from silly notions of either supremacy or inferiority. It has obviously influenced me, being of mixed background it’s always been with me at night the other I’ve constantly been adapted conscious of. I got hassled in school obviously; in the middle of quite simple, monocultural white kids in New Zealand.

I m sick and tired of hearing all the bs about digital music piracy. Before the internet, artists and music companies alike received just compensation from the sale of records, CDs, whatever physical manifestation was standard, as well as their share of concert revenue, and royalties from the air. People everywhere had the ability to record the background music they (or someone) bought and PAID FOR onto cassettes, or later, burn that music to CDs in order that they could hear their music in the vehicle, or since they walked or jogged. They even shared their tapes or CDs making use of their friends and family. No one came after cassette tape or CD manufacturers crying because people had the ability to make copies of the music collection for his or her convenience.

Universal does the identical towards the original Moody Blues. Not one cent of royalties for 48 years. Even tho they are questioned over this (the first 5 did NOT sign their rights away) Universal claims they don t have to tell this guitar rock band members anything. It s not about music, it s not about the artist s rights it s about greed and corruption.

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The article is headed How Sia Lost Millions to Spotify With One Stupid Decision and also you ask prominently within the article: why is Sia sacrificing huge amount of money by directing fans from YouTube to at least one with the lowest revenue-producing platforms, Spotify? This only is sensible if Sia would get less money from Spotify than from YouTube. You do admit, less prominently, inside article, that the truth is YouTube payouts are more serious than Spotify, but that just means this content is inconsistent and also sensationalistic. You provide no evidence or argument in any respect showing that Sia is sacrificing vast amounts .