Thursday, October 4, 2012

Earache Records Selling Almost 2k Songs for $160

So just when you thought that your music on the cloud might get you sued, Earache Records has decided to try and make a giant leap all the way into 1999, with the release of 1900 songs on one USB drive for the low price of around $160 american cash. I know it seems counter productive for a label to actually want you to buy their music, but when you consider if you bought these songs individually at $.99 it would cost you over $2k, this is quite a deal.

I know it makes more sense to sue the piss out of your audience than create cool ways for them to get exclusive deals on your music, but why not try all avenues, right?
From their site: 
The music comes on a unique custom Earache rubberised/plastic USB stick which is 8Gb memory and packed full to capacity with our music.

These tracks are fully tagged, correctly labelled and contains albums from all eras of the label. From the 90's era classics like Carcass, Napalm Death, Morbid Angel, Entombed, to the present day bangers like Woods of Ypres, Cerebral Bore and Evile.
So what have we learned here today kids? Buying music from good labels might just pay off with innovative ideas. Get yours HERE!

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