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Problems and Their Solutions Problem The music industry ripping off the kids There was a time when music had integrity Back when the gangsters and racketeers ruled the music business the music had a real sense of integrity to it That was back when gangsters knew of this hot new bandartist they had noticed in their buddys club Then if they owned their own club they book that band for gigs Or maybe a relative of theirs was in a band and that band had street credibility all they needed was a break The bands took pride in making a full album a collection of songs reflecting their current state of affairs Back then the people who ran the record companies were music fans In the last ten years however a disturbing trend has taken over While all of the rockers were out entertaining the people all of the scholars were off getting their business degrees This led to a massive take-over When the scholars finished their schooling some of them used their business degrees to get into the music business They became record label executives and as a result they viewed the record label as more of a bank then an entertainment industry Of course every label gets in the game to make money but the simple fact is that music fans will buy whatever they are told to buy for the most part Gone are the days of bands having to prove themselves on the club scene building their live performance and song repertoire The music business is now a fast-food industry - 15 minutes of flash here today gone tomorrow artists The ones who suffer are the kids but the target demographic that the labels go after are none the wiser The Solution An at-home online record store that allows the fans to pick and choose their
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