Kid A EP copy was made available on the merch stand. The copies are available on the website. This is a bonus by Dan Le Sac and is probably the last copies you can find of Kid A. If you want to get hold of some signed copies it is the only chance left. The good thing is it is signed by Dan and his girlfriend. The signatures made on the silver pen are a bonus for all diehard fans of the musician. Catch the bonus before it is too late. Get your copies fast to beat the rush.
The good news is that he will be signing those few copies left for the stores. So you can now pay your tax legally and grab your copy. You can find a store on sandbag website. They can make your booking easier. Get your copy and beat the crowd. Rapper Dan Le Sac writes on what his album is worth. The rapper ponders over the question whether the album is worth to the artists and consumers. The selling point is that it should be fair to the artists. But the definition for the fair is hazy. It is related to money. Artists feel that getting paid just a portion of the sales is unfair. But take Spotify it puts 70% of the revenue to the rightful holders and artists. So this is far. Also, remember, maintaining the servers, app development and PR are an extremely costly affair.
So Dan says that instead of complaining about being fair or not. Just think about the fact that someone streams your album, and you get paid 10p for it. Isn’t it a fair proposition. So coming back to the question what is the actual worth of the album. The worth is subjective. So the point here is the worth of the album cannot be quantified regarding financial worth. The music industry works as a whole. Remember than when a tenner is paid for the music you love, more tenners are paid for the album not loved. But at the end balance is created. The tenners are gathered to fund more albums, and this could turn out to be the next famous album.
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