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Hello! I am Italia and I'm 15. My blog is a random mixture of Daft Punk, Sherlock, Supernatural, Doctor Who, Avengers, EDM, Hannibal, and random posts. I pretty much just reblog but every now and then I post some art or a lil text post. Don't be shy to message, I love making new friends! And if you ever need to talk, I am here for you

justturnonthemusic:

We all probably know this, but the Daft Club card is so important when looking at music history because it essentially is the first enhanced CD and ushered in the enhanced cd movement…

I recently watched a documentary called Downloaded which chronicles the startup to the the demise of Napster. Many artists hated the website, (Metallica, Snoop Dogg, and Ice T all took Napster to court or tried to shut them down, just to name a few) saying people were stealing their music, even though most were actually receiving larger fan bases from the site (The Byrds and Dispatch received huge record sale booms just to name a couple acts who benefitted). Daft Punk didn’t have a huge issue with Napster, either. They were glad people could have a network to share their thoughts on music and share new music with other people. But, they were also one of the first artists who went to lengths to keep up with the internet, offering additional perks and bonuses for buying the album. They knew you could get it for free, hell, Daft Punk told people to go to Napster to get their latest album. But, if you liked it, there was more for you if you bought the album and registered your club card. Daft Punk have never been behind the times, they always embrace new ideas and take it with grace and make it work so that everyone benefits.

justturnonthemusic:

We all probably know this, but the Daft Club card is so important when looking at music history because it essentially is the first enhanced CD and ushered in the enhanced cd movement…

I recently watched a documentary called Downloaded which chronicles the startup to the the demise of Napster. Many artists hated the website, (Metallica, Snoop Dogg, and Ice T all took Napster to court or tried to shut them down, just to name a few) saying people were stealing their music, even though most were actually receiving larger fan bases from the site (The Byrds and Dispatch received huge record sale booms just to name a couple acts who benefitted). Daft Punk didn’t have a huge issue with Napster, either. They were glad people could have a network to share their thoughts on music and share new music with other people. But, they were also one of the first artists who went to lengths to keep up with the internet, offering additional perks and bonuses for buying the album. They knew you could get it for free, hell, Daft Punk told people to go to Napster to get their latest album. But, if you liked it, there was more for you if you bought the album and registered your club card. Daft Punk have never been behind the times, they always embrace new ideas and take it with grace and make it work so that everyone benefits.

electrostupid:

DAFT PUNK MAKES ME SO EMOTIONAL LIKE IMAGINE MEETING SOMEONE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL AND BECOMING CLOSE FRIENDS OVER YOUR LOVE OF MUSIC AND 27 YEARS LATER YOU ARE ACCEPTING FIVE GRAMMYS FOR THE MUSIC YOU CREATED WITH THIS FRIEND GODD,AM, IT I AM CRYIGN

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