Machine Head Frontman Shocked At Music Business Practice
Admitting he personally prefers digital products for reasons of portability, Flynn reports: "I have a ritual I've done for every release where, first day, I go in and buy our album. I was stunned when I went into Ameoba Records in Hollywood and saw our regular album not on sale, but full price for $16.99.
"It's wrong – you reward the die-hards for going out there and supporting you first day, week, month. It's a thank you. We were pissed, fans weren't stoked. Sh*t like this has to change – it has to – and we as a band (with your help) have to figure out a way around it." More rock news.
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