sábado, 17 de novembro de 2007

Mercado Cultural

As the January 3rd release date of the compact-disc version of Radiohead’s In Rainbows draws nearer, several artists have finally elected to open up about Rainbows’ creative marketing strategy. (Or rather, how Radiohead pissed them off by thinking outside the box.) First up, the immutable Lily Allen, who tells Rolling Stone Radiohead are “arrogant.” “They’ve got millions of pounds. It sends a weird message to younger bands who haven’t done as well,” Allen reasoned. “You don’t choose how to pay for eggs. Why should it be different for music?” Little does Allen know, you do choose how to pay for eggs. You can use cash or credit, or checks if you have photo ID. We could discuss supply and demand and how bands make money off live shows and merch sales, but until Lily Allen can find us an egg that wrote “Paranoid Android,” we’re not even starting that fight
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