“It’s better to live one day as a lion than a thousand years as a lamb”
ONE DAY AS A LION is
Zack de la Rocha (vocals/keys)
Jon Theodore (drums)
One Day as a Lion and ANTI- announced a release date for the long awaited self-titled EP from former rage against the machine front man Zack de la Rocha yesterday. This means if you are one of those people who still buy their music at the brick and mortar, indie shop not big box I hope… then tell them to order this so you can have it in your hands by July 22 (worldwide release date). This summer you can catch Zach de la Rocha at Lollapalooza (Grant Park, Chicago IL) playing on one of the last few dates with RATM in a few weeks, which I think is well worth skipping work for! Some things only come around once people, so live life unrestricted and you might end up happier.
ANTI records: now streaming one song from the 5-track EP, if you are anything like me you’ll love every second of it… besides the ‘being on myspace’ part. Click here to hear the hooplah.
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Study reveals 95% of youngsters are illegally copying music
From the article:
“More than half of young people copy the songs on their hard drives to friends and even more swap CD copies, according to research that reveals the huge challenge home copying poses to a music industry already battling internet file-sharing.
The industry’s anti-piracy efforts have largely focused on illegal online music swapping – with estimates suggesting only one in 20 digital downloads is paid for. But the online problem is potentially dwarfed by “offline copying”, argues BMR. Its research, carried out by the University of Hertfordshire, suggests that, for 18-24-year-olds, home copying remains more popular than file sharing. Two-thirds of people it surveyed copy five CDs a month from friends.
Overall, 95% of the 1,158 people surveyed had engaged in some form of copying, including taking the music contents of a friend’s hard drive – 58% – and the more old-fashioned method of recording from the radio.”
Posted in File Sharing
Tagged downloading, File Sharing, free music, illegal, music downloads, music industry, online music, P2P, piracy, pirate bay, RIAA, UK