IFPI: worldwide music sales fell by almost 11% in first half of 2003

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I just posted the article IFPI: worldwide music sales fell by almost 11% in first half of 2003.

GristyMcFisty lets us know that the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), the organisation representing the record industry worldwide, has released a press…

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#2

Since 99.9% of current MTVtop50 is pure *hit, I’d expect such results:B Most of the artists in mass-marketed music today are just plain jokes, good examples: - SuckEm’in - 50cents (worth of shit = not much - Britney Sperms’ & friends - Boybands (too many to count!) - Endless amount of black rappers “with attitude” Whom of 'em you could listen 10 or 20 years from now?:+


#3

GOOD!!! and I hope it still increases to POVERTY Levels. Bitches, I’m tired of high mark singers going hell’ la bling bling and shit. Anyways, they get paid doing concerts and promos. I don’t feel bad at all to these people when they get $1 mill for commercial spot for a shoe or a drink :g Puck them Puck them ALL.


#4

Still won’t admit the fall in sales just MIGHT be fans telling them to stick it !!..:X


#5

Strange, i read that filesharing (kazzaa) dropped 40%… So we can conclude that filesharing isn’t the cause of sales drop??


#6

Pretty soon they’ll be suing us for not buying cds or even funnier yet… Not downloading anything…shhhh…let’s not give them ideas:g