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Harvest Number 77 - ON-THE-AIR: The Hottest New Releases, for Winter, 2009, are now on the air, bringing you the sound of 2009. I have once again reviewed all releases by all artists who have released a new electronica track at Music.Download.com, harvesting everything which deserves to be heard, and we have a phenomenal new harvest on the air, and many more brand new artists sharing their finest work with us, to appreciate.
At that devastating juncture in the true history of the decentralized, open Independent Recording Industry, I was given to review the remaining well known OMD sites (as an electronica artist myself), to find a new base community site for the station to reliably harvest from, and in building their new music site, C|net expressed intent to respect the open independent industry's altruistic values, as established at the original mp3com, to fairly serve those artists who fairly compete with the other music industry which works opposite to the Independent Industry fair marketing systems. I selected C|net because they had the corporate muscle to build and run a good site which had the potential to be the standard setter, and biggest legal music site on earth, as well as their express offer of C|net's -high traffic- levels, which were on par with the original mp3com, and there was also the opportunity to take part in consulting to ensure the site was the finest on the earth for Independent artists, and altruistic non-independent artists.
In time, however, the excellent site was replaced with an engineered IPRA site, which is to say, the altruistic elements were removed, as well as the high traffic the artist were receiving, and it was redesigned to function as a haystack, or in other words, an Independent Artist Graveyard, where the competition hides Independent artists from the masses, and places their own artists on the front pages, and the other well documented anti-competitive practices of the RIAA as imposed upon all IPRA sites which they fornicated and made anti-competitive, including the closing of forums, to prevent community interaction between those they compete with, and so the site was strategically crippled by the competition in their war on Independent Artist Competition.
But there is something happening now, where C|net is now owned by CBS media, and since being acquired, access to music.download.com by the public, from "download.com", has been removed from the main C|net site's pages, and so music.download.com has now been hidden from the public, at C|net; and while the site is still operational, there is something going on, and it may be that the RIAA is now in the process of destroying music.download.com, which is my speculation, based upon my years of observing the war on Independent artists, and the way the RIAA destroys all fair competition, it appears as though music.download.com may be next in the long line of competing music industry sites which the RIAA has destroyed, and/or is in the process of destroying, prior to it's own destruction, even as written.