13
Nov
09

What Really Changed the Game?

appetite for self-destructionYea, the Internet might have ruined the industry. We know. I might be guilty of not helping an industry we once all loved. The Chicago Tribune’s Greg Kot impressively expounded on this 21st century topic in his excellent page turner Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music. And in my queue, of endless books to read, is Appetite for Self Destruction: a historical perspective on the last three decades of an industry some have given their left nut to. Why bother reading, in book form, what has been all over every form of media for a good eight or nine years? How about because it’s about to become a book on TV – well, HBO, to be exact. The mad geniuses behind The Wire – an untouchable series about life on the streets of Baltimore – are rumored to be concocting an adaptation of the book. The flawless duo have purchased the rights to Appetite. And now, all we can do is wait. Oh, it will be all in ‘da game!

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1 Response to “What Really Changed the Game?”


  1. November 13, 2009 at 10:29 pm

    Pirated Music is good for the peole, not the music makers, who is more important.


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