And it has nothing to do with marketing. Anyway, this thread has been rendered obsolete for years. The band released a while ago, and it sounds like DtB could be a step up. This thread was a nice stepping stone for our community's growth, but the real fun is over there now. Beginner guides: — extra functionality Open source drivers: External Links — report players — skinning subreddit — curated unranked maps — beatmap mirror — advanced beatmap search — subscribe to mappers Unranked Map Leaderboard: Flair filters Flair Select Hide Search Meta Discussion News Gameplay Fun Help Misc Bounty by osu! And that Mardelas was released over a month ago - old news. At least get a grasp of how that particular scene works yourself before calling people out for disagreeing with you. There, we can discuss news and articles in greater detail.
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Historically the playground of some of the most difficult beatmaps osu! There, we can discuss news and articles in greater detail. Should we tell him that bands make basically zero money from album sales, and that their money comes entirely from touring? It devalues the hard work the band puts in. They're good for your health! I stopped listening to Fate Gear in 2015, right after they released their first album. It's not like you're going in blind here. Then maybe they should change how the business works from the inside out? Don't you know how fucked up the industry is right now? It's nice to know that you have no idea how the music industry in Japan works.
You argue from the perspective of a petulant, needy child. I'm not telling you not to pirate, you're a 30 year old man, you can do whatever you please. It's a shame we live in a world where people feel entitled to everything and stuff always leaks. User was banned 1 week for this post: hostility, insulting the community, backseat moderation, and self-promotion. They're good for your health! About the normal going rate for literally any full season of any blu-ray show from any country.
I don't want you to get me wrong. This thread was a nice stepping stone for our community's growth, but the real fun is over there now. You guys made me disappoint Damn, that girl can sing I didn't know that was a thing that was happening, actually. It'd be great to see this thread finally locked, because the rest moved on, yet the aforementioned are completely oblivious. Maybe it's because the people who took their time to farm, produce, package, and deliver to stores should get something of value in return.
Metal musicians in Japan have it harder than the norm, because they have to self-finance this stuff. Japanese metal All I'm seeing from your posts is an attempt to justify piracy, which is a cheap, shallow thing to do to any musician working their asses off. While live shows are definitely a big source of income, it's not exactly easy to buy a ticket and take a flight to Japan and show up at a show although some people do have the luxury to do this. For anyone who is interested, we've moved on and built a new home under the name of Japanese Metal Forum. Japanese metal Should we tell him that bands make basically zero money from album sales, and that their money comes entirely from touring? So, is anyone here waiting for Volcano's new album Darker than Black? For example, Ningen-Isu recently got popular enough for Suzuki to finally quit his dayjob one that he's had for like 20 years and focus fully on the band. Pirates aren't welcomed at Japanese Metal Forum.
It's not much to ask. For anyone who is interested, we've moved on and built a new home under the name of Japanese Metal Forum. You know, because people like you are stealing their music? They're good for your health! Metal musicians in Japan have it harder than the norm, because they have to self-finance this stuff. I preordered and received my copy of that album and I'm quite happy with it. Mardelas has a pretty solid following otherwise they wouldn't be on King Records in the first place.
We have submitted it to the label so all we can do now is just to wait. If I see any worthless leecher, their ass is getting it. They don't openly say so, but I can tell that. Get a job, save some money, and support the bands you like financially. Seriously nobody is going to like it. I definitely like this spring.
All I'm seeing from your posts is an attempt to justify piracy, which is a cheap, shallow thing to do to any musician working their asses off. Such thieving scum are why I don't bother uploading rips of demos and other rare stuff anymore, because all that hard work is taken for granted. I don't even like posting in this thread anymore due to idiots like him and Hyungnim. I'm a proponent of downloading if something is a bunch of years out of print and costs an arm to buy, but why advocate and spread screwing over struggling bands, because some bum leaked their shiny new album online? Dude, don't invite him to the Forum. Most of the anime studios are multi-million dollar companies with pretty big budgets and a large staff, cashing in and making a profit in most instances.
They're good for your health! The Japanese music industry is a cannibalistic hellhole for 95% of bands, even worse than many other countries. Major labels only care about J-pop and idol crap, leaving out much of the organic talent out in the cold. Or should we let him find out on his own? Anyway, this thread has been rendered obsolete for years. We have submitted it to the label so all we can do now is just to wait. I dig me some Lovebites--they're Diet Mary's Blood, and that's high praise.