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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Ananda Sen (C'98 and Pennfest 2007 musician) just debuted a song about the direction of the recording industry ...and the irony of a number one recording artist's album generating the lowest record sales. With the ability for artists like Ananda to use the internet to distribute their music, it will be interesting to see what the music industry will do to compete... (Speaking of which, just today I read that blogger Perez Hilton is in talks with Warner Bros. Records to become a talent agent for them! Good for Perez! Maybe Warner Bros. will make me an offer as well? : ) )

Listen to Ananda's song below:


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"Do It Without You"
by Ananda Sen, Aaron Suplizio, Chee Malabar, Yash Dhillon and Mike Zank

*Sixty thousand, we've hit the peak
How low we go, in just one week
Long time coming but you couldn't see
What you controlled would again be free

We are rising to our feet
Above the ground now, not underneath
We have all that we'll ever need
So I throw my wrench into your machine

And I'll do it without you

Signed on, years gone, you ate your young
Made them churn out the same old song
Music, a widget, mass-produced
Collusive, a privilege that you abused

And I'll do it without you

*Per Ananda, "The "sixty thousand" in the first line is a reference to Alicia Keys having the #1 album a few weeks ago, but selling only 60,0000 albums that week, which is the second lowest #1 album-of-the-week since the start of Soundscan in 1992. The ship is sinking fast."

Read my past posts about Ananda

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