Erm hi dearies. Have you been to a pub lately?
"We're taking the local music industry to the next level... there are no other entertainers out there that consists of female singers who can sing AND dance and has a backing band playing for them.."
- a certain female singing and dancing trio
"Why do we charge so high compared to KRU? Coz KRU are has-beens already. As for our band, they'll be releasing an album next year."Oh right. And your little band that can't agree doesn't sound like a bad Pearl Jam knock off, no siree. FYI, has-beens or not, KRU is STILL making money-- they've got their foot in music, videos, and movies. And they contributed largely to the R&B and rap sound of our local music industry in the 90s. And what have your bands done? Lets seee... hmmmm oh ya nothing much. Plus, KRU people are actually nice :-)
- a certain record label that rhymes with At Oys
"Signing up with a label is SELLING OUT! We want to stay indie!!!"
- a certain very talented band that is having one of their rebelious rockstar diva phases
There's a reason why contracts are prepared. Read them. If the deal is bad, then yeah don't take it. If the deal is good (ie you don't have to have a boob job or a Taiwan haircut, you don't have to sing whatever they ask you to sing, etc etc), then yeah why not kan? You still need money to put food on the table kan? Ohhhh you have a vegetable patch. Okay then.
"Support our local music! Save our local music industry!"
- irritating nationalistic people
Kesiannye. Kena support for the sake of being Malaysian, not because the music is good. Aduhai. Camni I pun support Dragon Red la. We Malaysian ma.