[24 Mar 2011 | One Comment | ]
The Recording Industry is Dead; Part 5: What Music is Worth

This is all about honesty, and honesty is inextricably tied to judgment. People constantly judge art. The “politically correct” mentality is that art just IS and cannot be judged. However, to be human is to have likes and dislikes. Some art speaks to us while some remains impenetrable. Finding shame in declaring a piece of art not to your liking only perpetuates this false utopia in which all art is equal. Every time you consider buying a CD and decide not to, you decide that the art does not mean …

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According to an e-mail sent out by Sony Music Group and ChrisBrownWorld.com, Chris Brown’s new album, F.A.M.E. debuts at number one on the Top 200 for R&B/Hip-Hop
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C. Breezy’s 4th studio album, F.A.M.E. debuts this week at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Charts! Thanks to all the fans for supporting and make sure to pick up this number 1 album if you haven’t already!

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Phil Stacey, American Idol Season 6 Finalist, in Partnership with Conquer Entertainment, Set to Release New Album, “Faith”
Will Revolutionize a New Way to Experience & Share Music
Conquer Entertainment (http://www.conquerentertainment.com), in partnership with Market America (http://www.marketamerica.com) announces the launch of “Faith,” Phil Stacey’s latest album, exclusively through Conquer Entertainment, bringing fans a revolutionary new way to experience and share music with the Conquer Club subscription platform, the new model for the recording industry. “Find it! Share it! Love it!”
“I believe that Conquer Entertainment in partnership with Market America will revolutionize the …

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[24 Mar 2011 | One Comment | ]

This is all about honesty, and honesty is inextricably tied to judgment. People constantly judge art. The “politically correct” mentality is that art just IS and cannot be judged. However, to be human is to have likes and dislikes. Some art speaks to us while some remains impenetrable. Finding shame in declaring a piece of art not to your liking only perpetuates this false utopia in which all art is equal. Every time you consider buying a CD and decide not to, you decide that the art does not mean …