But Muse weren't on a load of different labels, they were on one label that was merged/bought/swapped hence the change of label names over the years. Also, 'Arcade Fire started as a lowly Rough Trade band' - aren't they still on Rough Trade? And wasn't their debut album, if I remember rightly, a huge seller on its' first release? Might help the argument to pick better examples.
I do generally agree and like 'Cold' though.
those people are music fans? Maybe they're just there to get their chakras done
was fucking fun.
off sick with a COLD??
At least have the decency to dress it up as manflu...
received their email instructions yet? i thought they were meant to arrive ahead of october 10th... not had mine.
awards ceremonies are rubbish unless DiS is nominated in one of them?
that winds up in pseud's corner
i'm missing something but if you think everyone who likes her already has the album and no-one else is likely to be bothered, how exactly is the record company benefitting from releasing this?
is the idea that everyone should be happy/not ask for refunds because they've learned from the mistakes and it will be better next year. That's largely irrelevant - no one got a ticket to next year's event for their £22.50. this argument shouldn't extend beyond the fact people paid £22.50 this year and didn't get the most basic of facilities. It's arrogant of the organisers to assume that anyone beyond themselves should care about the growth or evolution of the festival. It's comparable to letting someone off with gross negligence because they've 'learned their lesson'.