Thanks Dave. . 9'! think it' s a good idea becaused it' s people trading music. ', It has nothing to do with industry or finalle' e, it' s just people that want
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Thanks Dave

9'! think it' s a good idea becaused
it' s people trading music. ',
It has nothing to do with industry or finalle' e,
it' s just people that want music
and there' s nothing wrong with that.
It' s the same as someone turning on c... -'"' g
the f* ckin radio, it' s the same as somethi/ e'
patti a cassette in a ciro' Betty" deck
when the BBC plays a special ,
I don' t think it' s ; been going on
for -years. --' s the sachet as people making
tapes for each other. the industry is more
threatened by it because it' s the worldwide
web and it' s a broader scope of trading,
but I don' t think its such a f* ckin horrible
thing, The first thing we should do is get
all the f* ckin millionaires to shut their mouths,
and stop bitching about the
25 cents a time they' re losing."
Dave Grohl
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#22 - theblacksheep (01/17/2013) [+] (1 reply)
"the millionaires" faces when they rose the price to $1.29 per song on iTunes
"the millionaires" faces when they rose the price to $1.29 per song on iTunes
User avatar #17 - churrundo (01/17/2013) [+] (11 replies)
What would happen if instead of copying music files you were copying dollar bills?
User avatar #20 to #19 - BlahDude (01/17/2013) [-]
Thing is, the value of a song DOESN'T drop if it gets copied

Because I may download a whole bunch of songs, and copy them for my friends, we're still gonna enjoy the song the same as if we bought them

Plus we're still gonna be willing to pay to see the song live, something you can't really pirate
#1 - divinedrgn (01/16/2013) [-]
I Super Agree!
User avatar #9 - codyxvasco (01/17/2013) [+] (2 replies)
We had so many artists who wanted nothing more than to have their music heard.

Right now we've got so many who lost that same exact one goal they had when they began.

That's what happens when you sell your soul to the music industry.

.....
I think this song sums up the music industry nowadays.
"Ah, Justin Bieber, welcome to soul shtack records....So, I hear you'd like to be a star. Well the price of fame is not cheap. I hope you've got what it takes.

But all we want is your Soouuuullll
sssssssouuuuullllll

Give it to me!

Aha haha hha!!!!"
User avatar #33 - hahastoned ONLINE (01/17/2013) [-]
Good ******* lord you guys.

Sure Pirating is just copying, and everyone does it.
But don't say its not stealing, what a joke.
#8 - jakeattack (01/17/2013) [+] (7 replies)
look at it in the perspective of it i went and saw a diamond, and had a way to copy and make that diamond, only for myself, but with the original diamond not being touched. is that realy stealing if its sill there?
User avatar #39 - coolcalx (01/25/2013) [-]
it's easy to say this when you're already famous, and you're making money.

try telling this to a musician who's just started getting his name out there. I guarantee he'll have a different perspective.
User avatar #38 - xXMAQXx (01/17/2013) [-]
when did he say this? was it recently? i just want to know
User avatar #36 - rossthomson (01/17/2013) [-]
I think that people who could afford to buy music, shouldn't download music illegally. And that you should only buy music from the artists that could use the extra money the most, like the non-mainstream artists. I have a couple friends in bands/making electronic music, and the couple extra people who buy their music off bandcamp/itunes, really help them towards getting new equipment. Especially on bandcamp, the more people buy your song, it gets put on the main page and gets the artist more publicity, I don't really think that i could live in a society where illegally downloading a song, is considered more normal than buying a song that someone worked so hard on.
#32 - psychopsychedelic (01/17/2013) [-]
Who actually pirates the music that is making money? I see no point in stealing any music by Nikki Minaj. Or owning music by that thing.   
   
or it making music
Who actually pirates the music that is making money? I see no point in stealing any music by Nikki Minaj. Or owning music by that thing.

or it making music
#27 - anonymous (01/17/2013) [-]
It's so cute how pirates think that it's a just cause to pirate... Stop trying to justify it. There's only one solution: Artists need to go indie and sell their music cheap. Cut out the middleman. Stop trying to tell yourself what you're doing is fair. it isn't.

-Message from a fellow pirate.
#7 - anonymous (01/16/2013) [-]
A rich person who finally gets it, a person can live comfortably off of 100,000 dollars a year, yet all of these huge businessmen and conglomerates make billions of dollars a year while they cut their employees salaries and fire them. I applaud you Dave Grohl.
#2 - sexynippleguy (01/16/2013) [+] (4 replies)
comes from a person who has a ******** of money
#4 to #3 - sexynippleguy (01/16/2013) [-]
well, i think if he wouldnt have lots of money he wouldnt be happy that people just pirated his music, and when he doesnt have money he cant give concerts and record new songs.

sorry for the poor english
User avatar #37 - jajathezombie (01/17/2013) [-]
If it's not a popular artist, I'll pay for the song. Otherwise I'll steal the **** out of music. Popular artists get plenty of money from kids who don't know how to pirate yet or old people who never figured it out, not to mention the fact that most top-selling artists tend to charge ridiculous prices for their concerts.
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