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The King of Posthumous Pop October 13, 2009

Posted by fetzthechemist in Uncategorized.
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Well, the heairs and scavengers of Michael Jackson’s music vaults have start releasing “previously unreleased” songs. “This is It” will be the first of a couple hundred new singles by the King of Pop. The greedy promoters, record companies, lawyers, and various family will put out a steady stream of such. Like Elvis, Ji,i Henmdrix, John Lennon, Freddie Mercury, ad nauseum, Jackson will join that group that sells and sells and sells. Every demo and castoff will be remixed to passable quality and sold to the rabid fans who have deified Jackson. He will sell better in the five years after his death than the five years before it. Such is the sorry staye of the music industry and its taste for profit.

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1. tyrosine - October 20, 2009

Record companies. Vampires. Maybe we should pay them back by file sharing. 🙂


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