Go-Kart Records releases first commercially sold MP3 CD

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Go-Kart Records, the same  record label that released albums available for free MP3 download and wrote an  open letter to the RIAA which was reported here                            ...
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After reading the Open letter to RIAA; it was like a light turning on. GoKart records is going in the right direction. I agree paying 15-18 dollars for a crappy cd is outregeous. Rock on. :X
[edited by Kevin2 on 17.10.2003 02:06]

in the late 70’s and all through the 80’s punk rock was fighting the government. now the punk scene faces its greatest enemy… the RIAA! stop buying cd’s from all those Corporate made BS pop bands and hip hop woah i got money, hey i got women BS and support somthin real with meaning and a purpose! Support go-kart records and other non RIAA associated record lables!
[edited by evilwilly242d on 17.10.2003 05:32]