When Metallica members admit to downloading music, does that mean the days of legal music buying are over?
Metallica’s drummer Lars Ulrich confessed to downloading the band’s own album, Death Magnetic’ just to see how it worked, a strange move after Metallica’s lawsuit against Napster nearly a decade ago.
No doubt the music industry has changed a lot since back then 2000; this cluster highlights just a few of the changes that have gone about in the music industry, and focuses mostly on how easily people can now get their music for free. If musicians like Metallica openly confess to it, will you?
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By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Mar 10, 2009