Do you believe in copyright laws? Copying stuff and playing it when you could have paid for it is stealing. Now, if you copy music that has advertising you have to listen to before you hear it, that isn't stealing since the musicians get paid for the advertising. Other "I disappear" what other songs by Metallica after the black album were shitty? I know some people did not like the black album because it wasn't the same style of music as before. "nothing else matters" is another of my favorite songs that I believe is from the black album.
I'm sorry; I just don't get it. Musicians have a right to be paid for the music they produce if people are going to listen to it. If you are copying the music for yourself without paying for it and without the musicians getting advertising revenue, then you are stealing from the musicians. That seems pretty straightforward to me. Are you saying that listening to youtube recordings of music is stealing from the musicians?
It seems to be only obvious to you and your fellow travelers here. It is one of philosophical difference that makes me stick out like a sore thumb here. I believe people have a right to earn however much they want to and that it is none of our business what they do with that money. You obviously hate the fact that someone owns a mansion and a pool and I could care less.
I am not the one who brought up corporate music. I wanted to know why onifre felt that way and what he meant by it. He explained it and I told him why metallica had a right to be that way. If you are going to complain to me about being offtopic then share that blame with everyone who keeps arguing the point with me.
Finally, someone gives me a clear meaning of what it is to be putting out "corporate music". Is "Till it sleeps" corporate music? It is pretty emotional to me and speaks to me emotionally. What does it matter if they are not making music from "their" hearts but, instead are speaking to "our" hearts collectively?