dogeiz wrote:oohh wrote:Aargh. Really, why is the YouTube video of 'Natural Disaster' removed? The video actually helps hyping the track and then Ministry Of Sounds claims the video and removes it.
And afterwards they complain about profits which are getting lower and lower. Seriously, those recordlabels should not only think about threats and weaknesses but also at strengths and opportunities!
Totally agree! I'm really upset, they closed down my youtube account because of this. I only uploaded low quality (128kbps) rips from radioshows and my party videos. These aren't good quality to download and play it in a club, but made a good hype around the tracks. It was a free promotion what spread on forums and blogs->more people know about these tracks->more potential customers. I only uploaded Luke's tracks in the last time and there were some really exclusive tracks like the unreleased Lil John - Give It All You Got (LBL remix), his track with Hatiras, etc. I didn't do it for the viewers or the reputation just for other big Laidback Luke fans like me.
Yeah, its fucked. I even saw Benny Benassi posting the Laidback Luke remix of Cinema on his blog! I don't believe it are the artists who don't agree with the YouTube videos, but it are the recordlabels.