File sharing philistines

Eureka! I’ve finally discovered why the music industry is against file sharing applications.

If you’ve ever searched for your favorite band you’ll soon realize there are songs by them that you’ve never heard. If you’ve searched for a song you’ll discover that it was performed by someone you hadn’t expected. Let’s take a look:

I searched for “Blue Oyster Cult”. Wow, I didn’t realize they played the song “Ballroom Blitz”, oh wait, they didn’t. That song is by “Sweet”, from their 1975 album “Desolation Boulevard”, you boneheads.

Bah, let’s try “Steppenwolf”. “Wherewolfs[sic] of London”?!?!?! What the???!?!??!?!?! That’s by Warren Zevon from the 1978 album “Excitable Boy” you dim whits!

Let’s not mention that every funny song no matter who wrote it is either attributed to Weird Al Yankovic or Frank Zappa.

Gah! No wonder Metallica went nutso over the whole Napster ordeal. They’d probably be listed with “The One” by “The Backstreet Boys”. (Yes, I’m saying Metallica lost their edge when they lost the indomitable Cliff Burton. RIP Cliff. πŸ™ )

Have you people learned nothing from election year main stream media? CHECK YOUR FACTS!

Notice to:
The Crazy Rants of Samantha Brown (no relation to “The Crazy World of Arthur Brown“)
Lorraine’s Stuff
The Controversial Cat
JIF
Stick-on Stickers
The Periwinkle Frog

3 thoughts on “File sharing philistines”

  1. Thanks for the linkage … but it’s NIF, not JIF πŸ˜›
    (Not that it really matters – I’ve been offline for a few weeks(!) … damned real-world keeping me busy!)

    /TJ

  2. Thanks for the linkage Ò€¦ but itÒ€ℒs NIF, not JIF πŸ˜›

    Yeah, it was a joke to go along with the article. πŸ˜‰

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