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Ghost Nameless Ghoul See Music Biz Coming Full Circle

10/25/2016
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(TeamRock) Ghost's Nameless Ghoul says the evolution of the music industry is actually "good" for music. He says record labels turning their focus to streaming services instead of album sales means that artists aim to write better singles - which will help elevate the quality of music on the market.

He tells Jonesy's Jukebox: "I think it's better now than it was a decade ago, in the sense that you do have the streaming and all that. I think the dark ages of when it was just flying in the wind is gone, so that's good.

"But for better or for worse, the bad thing now is that we're back in the 50s in a way, where it's only singles. And all labels are just fighting for streams, so the only thing that is important is that you make good songs.

"So it's good, because you have to write. Every song needs to count, and you don't overswamp the whole market with sh*t. But, yeah, I like making records. There." Read more here.

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