So that is where Billy Idol came from.
"Europe apparently is not sexy at all" Jeff Gerstmann
There are a lot of great artists affiliated with EMI. That's probably the first "big" label I've seen associated with the RBN. I'm excited at the possibilites, and especially the following quote:
"When working with Rock Band before, we had to wait for them to put the songs up on their own schedule," says Cynthia Sexton, Executive Vice President in charge of licensing at EMI, a major label with a robust back catalog. "Now, we can map out our own timing based on when we're putting out a single or dropping an album."
Full article: http://techland.com/2009/11/18/forge...#ixzz0dvfaMoC6
If the major labels start regularly releasing content on their own schedule to accompany new album/dvd releases or tours, this could become very interesting. Not everyone will want/buy everything, but there will definitely be more on the table for all of us to choose from.
The fever is coming.
It's shaking the ground.
The city's alive, so tonight we break out.
I don't think Nuclear Blast has the rights to Death anymore though.
Despite all my rage, I'm still just Nicolas Cage
Does anyone else feel compelled to buy from some of the big hitters so they don't lose interest in RBN. Not the best thing to say but I get nervous.