How very sad to read Lilly Alien complaining about people pirating her music if such thing happens, which could be but come on, what are the chances the person that downloads one of her tracks would have pop to HMV and buy the album? yes, zero.
But even sadder is to hear Gary Barlow (helloooo) and Jame Blunt (helloooooooooo) agree... let's face it, this is the sad face of the music "industry", manufactured performers who really have nothing to say.
Let's not forget the real qualifications come when they perform live, and this is where the music industry is heading, they will earn their money via concerts, like it should be while CDs and P2P will just promote those concerts. There won't be hideaways and commercial use of their music will be major hit which actually will attract more bigger gigs.
And is fair to say this is how it was before the invention of the gramophone, so technology gave it to you, now technology takes it away from you.
You just should say "Thanks for the fish"
Seems to me one of the weakest arguments I have heard in my life and for that I am making a proper fart.
As if the whole event wasn't enough the handover was later stolen by politicians once again, the kinds of Boris "I will do whatever it takes to look cool on camera" Johnson and of course Gordon "Smile is not on my dictionary" Brown.
But then again looking back to the "show" we put, and I do mean Leona Lewis + Jimmy Page + David Beckham, I feel terribly sorry, London games are going to be the mega-dandruff of the century. All the planet going back to the 80s music I can feel it already.