Label: Statik Records - STAT LP 23 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Sweden • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
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For example, to post embedded YouTube videos: paste in the link e. XYZhighlight it and then click the YouTube button. They released three albums before breaking up. I bought Espionage. They never add bonus tracks that I know of all though they did this time. They never advertise as well as it is Reckless - Positive Noise - Distant Fires to order from them.
Aside from that, there's nothing "official" Reckless - Positive Noise - Distant Fires Dawn's releases. Yes, it appears they put a lot of care into their product, but make no mistake: they're a bootleg operation headquartered, apparently, in South Africa and distributed mysteriously out of the Russian Federation. There's a reason why their CD's are not easy to find and you can really only get them through a Reckless - Positive Noise - Distant Fires Discogs or eBay link.
And if it's bootlegged, that means the rightsholders are not getting compensated. Whether that's an indifferent record War On A Meadow - Diary Of Dreams - MP3 Collection I or a naive artist, by law the rightsholders have the right to give or deny permission.
Great job Dawn. You're a hero. And Rewind, stop acting like a child whose friend's candy is stolen. So no need to have a go at one particular country just like that. Yes, I mean all this rightholding bullshit, which allows random people to withhold music from the public for as long as they please. You speculate about the decades-long litigation against label, meaning that even creators of the music in question can't release it by their own wish - well, that's by laws, but is it OK?
You know the answer. So it's not the "laws" thing in action here. It's that people decided - enough is enough, if no label is releasing this music then we'll do it. And you rightly noticed that the guys put a lot of care in their operation. Quite often artists, having the rights to their music, release it on shoddy CD-Rs with minimal packaging and crappy sound - while here you get factory-printed CDs with great, professionally printed booklets and the sound no-one ever complained about which says a lot.
So you're Goddamn right that's quite a bit of effort. And all done for the love of music! While these Positive Noise guys, however great and fantastic they may be, don't even have a simplest web page and never had one! But maybe you're right, they have a secret plan to re-release their music - so secret, in fact, that no-one knows about it So it's better for you to stop bashing people in question for their efforts just because it constitutes "bootleg" by some ancient law hardly corresponding with the present especially with what people need.
Those efforts haven't done any harm yet - and unlikely to do so ever. I'd like to clarify, though, that copyright is not "some ancient law hardly corresponding with the present. The fundamental goal of copyright is not to secure profits but to inspire thought -- "to promote the progress of science and useful arts," as Article I, Reckless - Positive Noise - Distant Fires 8 of the Constitution puts it.
You tout the effort that Dawn Music has put into its releases. How about the efforts of the original creators? Look, you may be right. Maybe Positive Noise doesn't care about their work anymore. Maybe they're not even alive and their next of kin no longer wish to be bothered Free Lunch - Good Shade - Lunch I randomly Googled two members: Russell Blackstock is a journalist for the New Zealand Herald and Graham Middleton does indeed have a Facebook page.
And maybe Statik Records sold off their controlling interest in the masters. Or maybe they didn't and are sitting on them in the hopes of making a killing on them one day.
Who knows? For me, it's beyond the legal question. Many of the artists from the 70's and 80's provided the soundtrack to my formative years. They're important to me and I hold them in high regard both for being musically artistic and for creating works that moved me in some way.
Whether they're still making music or have left the business -- or have passed on -- for me their legacy should be honored and respected. I don't make assumptions about their personal or financial situations, nor am I comfortable with companies that exploit their work for financial gain without knowing that every effort has been made to secure the artists' blessings. That's just how I live with myself. And I think anyone who pursues starting a legitimate record label would concur.
Great contribution for sure. The quality of these CDs is excellent. Does the band CARE? What difference does it make. Everything is available free. The CDs simply offer a slightly better sound. Only if your Rabbi Hyman Millman* - Hebrew Religious Chants stopped in the 90s. Board index All times are UTC.
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