ok i never will not get a "my quote is better than your quote" debate.
When i mean ethically , i mean the reason me and everyone else listen to music.
MUSIC is not a product like the tomato i slice for my salad.
1. It's not a physical product ( i dont buy the CD , i buy the songs on the cd )
2. I have a deep emotional attachment to the music i really like.
My point when i say that music fails ethically is that MUSIC keeps pushing and pushing to market it like a tomato. How many artist dont get contracts or poor contracts or limited radio play because they do 8 minutes songs ( Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize says hi .... pretty good 17 minutes rock song no one heard )
I really dont care if CD sales are 10% higher/lower than last year or if 80s music if soooo much better than present day music.
It's the connection between artist/public than will always thrive. Mainly shows.
MUSIC is just pushing for tomatoes and that's why its failing.
Last edited by Dirtyfrog; 03-31-2012 at 04:09 AM..