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Subject: Re: UKNM: Napola
From: Chris Heathcote
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 13:25:04 +0100

on 27/10/00 10:09 am, leeatdjindex [dot] com at leeatdjindex [dot] com wrote:

> So ... is this the electronic age version of Payola?

It's funny, after the imminent crash and burn of recorded music due to
Napster was predicted, record companies are now using it for marketing.

Funniest example was Fatboy Slim's new single, Bird of Prey. Skint saw it
was available on Napster before release, but didn't mind, cos they thought
it was ultimately good for them. Until they downloaded some of the tracks:
they found American unknown bands had just relabelled their songs as Fatboy
Slim to get them downloaded. Or maybe Fatboy has gone soft MOR rock?

every day, computers are making people easier to use

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