|LG: Song sites face legal crackdown||03 Jan 2006 13:18|
I trust that this archive will keep running as long as possible. There are no chance to get the tabs officially.
|1.||Daniel||05 Jan 2006 04:55|
|2.||BadHorsie||06 Aug 2007 07:56|
What's the point? I don't quite get it. Those sites are not selling the tabs, and they state clearly that they're just transcriptions made by fans. Am I breaking the law for saying "Dust in the Wind is in the key of C Major"? Nonsense!
Besides, you can't get "official" tabs. Where would we get the score to (ie) Chinese Torture? We would never see a score of that. So we can't even want to play the song, let alone letting others learn it, by doing the kind favour of transcribing a song for others to learn.
Mankind is really sick,.
|3.||angel||04 Apr 2008 19:44|
Recently, powertabs.net has been shut down by the MPA... That´s really terrible. Hardly can I imagine where this situation will lead to... No more music, just money, crap, sex everywhere.... It´s clear to each human, that MPA didn´t do that for the musicians´ sake, but for their money´s sake... Fuck all the managers and associations in music. It´s just the same all around the world as in Czech republic. Fuck O.S.A., fuck MPA, fuck Queen productions, and fuck all the dirty money in music management.