Maybe we could do the same with Indian Bands?

Discussion in 'The ChitChat Lounge' started by slash, Sep 18, 2003.

  1. slash

    slash New Member

    Sharman Networks, distributor of the world's most popular file-sharing software, Kazaa Media Desktop (KMD), today announced an exclusive digital promotion with Australian independent recording label 301 Records. Through Sharman's affiliate partner Altnet (the first peer-to-peer network created to give consumers easy access to secure original content from content owners), local Australian band The Honey Palace will use Kazaa Media Desktop as part of an innovative promotion and distribution package to launch their debut album, "Have You Seen Love?".
    The promotion will use Altnet to securely license the band's material to millions of global music fans for sample and purchase through Kazaa Media Desktop. The Honey Palace's songs and music video clips will appear within the feature pages of Kazaa Media Desktop and as Altnet gold icons within Kazaa search results, for just US25 cents per track.

    What do you think?
  2. esgallindeion

    esgallindeion Minstrel Knight

    Hmm... might be worth thinking about.
  3. Redalert

    Redalert New Member

    I think its ok for local band to try something like this but for the big bands who have an agreement with big recording companies.....forget it. Those guys are so be amazed. The wouldnt ler you distribute music anywhere on the net, that im pretty sure of. Dumb ole idiots !!

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