Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that everyone should be free to download every song that they want, especially recent songs that the artists are trying to make a living from, but it is legal for someone to acquire a ton of recently released albums and resell them on Ebay, for example.
The only difference I can see is the scale of it. It's true that you can only resell a limited number of records or CDs but in the end, the artists and record companies get absolutely no money from these resales.
For me, it doesn't equate here. What do you reckon? Is the law correct?
Now, on to the Festive Fifty of Never that I have recorded the first three parts of. You may have noticed that I haven't posted part four for a long time since part three. Why? Quite simply, hardly anyone shows their appreciation for my efforts so I'm not going to bother with the top 20 as recordings. All I will give you is the list of the songs that make my part four, that being numbers 20 to 11.
11. High Risk Group – Flag
12. Flaming Lips - The Gash
13. The Jesus Lizard - Then Comes
14. Josh Wink - Higher State of
15. Tiger - On The Rose
16. Pavement – I Love
17. The Stone Roses - Breaking Into Heaven
18. The Sugarcubes –
19. Morrissey - I Don't Mind If You Forget Me
20. The Breeders – SaintsJust to finish off, I will let you know that I will post actual recordings in relation to the number of comments that are left on this blog. Cheers.