Most of the types of songs people would be willing to pay $3 for are the types that aren't coming to RBN very easily unless more labels get more directly involved in the process. I highly doubt any RBN author that isn't a label is going to get Led Zepplin. Even HMX probably has to fight to get them, and they have more capital (dollars) to offer to artists than your typical RBN author would.
I'd be willing to pay $3, but only for a big artist and only for a song I really, really like. I max out at $2 for the indie artists (which RBN *mostly* is). If I can buy huge artists from HMX for $2, seems fair enough to say this.
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That's a song . . . that's notes and words. That's three dollars? You don't put bourbon in it or nothin'?
I'll do martin and lewis.
Does anyone chart anymore? le sigh.
AsianSteev: if you can read this, put more Ska songs on the RBN! Please?
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Stop making me look at EMI's artists. Every time I do I see something else I really want (Glay? I didn't realize EMI would have j-rock).
I'm just waiting for Emily Osment from Wind-up, but they haven't submitted anything beyond their initial 7 songs.
 Dizzy Mizz Lizzy  Dover  Guano Apes  More Miley Cyrus
 The Rasmus  The Veronicas  More Volbeat
EMI is one of the "Big Four" of music labels (Universal, Warner, EMI and Sony/BMG). So yeah, you're going to see a lot of popular stuff under their umbrella. I too wish they'd reconsider their decision not to support the RBN.
It's all right. Everything will work out fine.
It's all right. We're going to the end of the line!