Saturday, April 10, 2004

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL - WE NEED TO PAY THESE HUGE LEGAL BILLS FROM SUING OUR CUSTOMERS: Making it ever harder for the American record companies to plead impoverishment at the hands of downloaders, US music sales have exerienced a sprightly rise of nine percent at a time when the level of music downloading was also rising. The shocking and unexpected reason for the rise? They started releasing records that people wanted to buy. (The downside, from our point of view, is that it turns out people were waiting at home for Norah Bloody Jones and Usher, but if that's what it takes to prove that downloading and sales can happily co-exist, so be it...)

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