Discussion in 'The Booth' started by Aje, Sep 17, 2019.
This is why owning albums is important to me
it's bad but not as bad as "Hate Me Now" without Puffy's shyt talking or "Street dreams" remix with Dude whispering street dreams and that horrible chick singing.
This is why I will forever backup my library in mp3 form to an SD Card...and probably eventually Cloud when they have higher gb versions for free perfected.
I don't even want to hear the new version of this
we need a playlist cayaloging all tge song through history that changed as they hit streaming..
Also needs a section for songs in this streaming era that were changed after their initial release. Most people know The Life of Pablo had multiple changes but I'm sure a lot of people already forgot that Scorpion had a bunch of tracks changed a few days after it was released
Hard to believe people are fans of Biggie if they don't even own a copy of this album.
This happened long before streaming. Every official release since 2004 has had the samples removed.
I dont think I ever heard this...link?
Just to flesh it out, Bridgeport music is owned by this Jew here
George Clinton signed over his rights to this leech in 1983. He says he didn't, it was forged, but who knows, George was freebasing hundreds of dollars of coke per day at that point. But Bridgeport is almost exclusively in the business of P-funk. They have filed hundreds of lawsuits over the last 20 years mostly with rappers who sample the catalog. They literally do nothing for the legacy. They don't re-release music.They don't do deluxe editions. They just make money hand over fist. Its a one person company and this Jew is in the business of pimping the catalog for every cent it can get . He listens to dozens of records a week to see if he can spot a sample of Pfunk. Its mostly rappers he targets of course.........And he sues and pockets the money. Pfunk doesnt get shyt. its the reason George Clinton is almost 80 and does a 100+ shows a year. I hate how so many musical legends get fukked over like this. Shout out to the Gawd MJ who purchased Little Richard and Sly Stone's catalog and GAVE IT BACK TO THEM FREE OF CHARGE AND UNPROMPTED, and those legends are able to live their last years on their terms.
i knew about this when i first got spotify in 2013.............i was disgusted
If I recall, The Source billed this as the 4th greatest beat ever.
That sample taken out is noticeable as fukk
George Clinton was getting jerked so bad especially off the samples that he had to release that Sample Some of Disc record in '93 for the sole purpose of giving West Coast artists material to sample from him that he could actually make money off of.