Back in august of 2009 some online rag called Ear Candy Magazine interviewed "Nowhere Man Records, Mt Moonlight". Isn't that touching. I forget when I found this but it was after the fact and the damage had been done.
In their minds if they didn't see the songs selling in their local record store it was fine to bootleg on file sharing sites some of which don't even exist anymore because they were sued into the ground.
The interviewer even brings up legality and if their disclaimer "never for sale" safeguards them. Well I can tell you this much I never saw a penny of the money the file sharing sites made flipping my song around. They may not have benefited directly but they sure as hell helped the process along by using templates to create album artwork and finding my song according to them on file sharing sites which I never placed and basically gift wrapping it to idiotic Russians.
Ear Candy Magazine never published any clarification nor did the schleps who created the nonsense offer one. They basically refused to pick up their mess after they let a bull go through a china shop. There were a lot of file sharing sites then and plenty of russian bootleggers
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