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haha those major label fools arent going to starve because of a couple thousand units lost. fuck the RIAA, they need to stop whining like some little girls.

now the underground labels are a different story. they'de need the extra boost from the units sold because of the size and the considerably smaller bank account. they can be hurt if it gets out of hand.
 

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^^^^

damn thats a trip, but they could have left due to any reason, myB' the mall didnt want children to purchase albums with cus words on it because Billy went home with a NATIS CD and now that mall has a bad rep, so the mall pased a new law that forced those sttores to close up shop.
 
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That's pretty unlikely considering the range of "underground" CDs consists of EBK4, Season of the Sicc, and a few Natas albums. Its trendy as fuck.

What always got me was that all rap and heavy metal CDs had the casings that made it nearly impossible to steal. And then backstreet boys had no tags or anything on them. That's some bullshit.
 

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the monopolies that own record label cartel are hypocrites. they always allegedly claim to be anti piracy but they make blank dvds and other shit to enable boot legging


streaming services suck dick. very measly compensation for artists and its basically a music rental service
 

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that and shitty quality too

downloading and storing the music is always the best option. if its some hard to find shit like the 8 track snoop more malice then ill buy it. thats the only time i buy cds. the more malice promo is gonna be posted tomorrow