Radiohead, NIN, and other digital pioneers sour on 'pay what you want' music
Old 10th March 2013
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Radiohead, NIN, and other digital pioneers sour on 'pay what you want' music

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Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, and other digital pioneers sour on 'pay what you want' music



Not long ago, many hoped the Internet would emerge as a music fan's Shangri-la, a utopian world where any track, no matter how obscure, was available for free, record labels were extinct and...
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Not long ago, many hoped the Internet would emerge as a music fan’s Shangri-la, a utopian world where any track, no matter how obscure, was available for free, record labels were extinct and artists made a good living because their fans chose to reward them. Acts like Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails championed this brave new world.

But that dream has turned into a nightmare…
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