My recent reply to an eMusic marketing e-mail:
Rating albums helps make your homepage better. Give it a go: visit your homepage, check out some albums and award some stars. See details below.
I don’t think so. I get that the market has shifted and I realise that in this new major label world of eMusic your service sort of still kind of represents reasonable value, but there is a limit to how much Stockholm Syndrome my ego can tolerate. I will not be rating albums or sending you my precious bodily data. It just leaves a bad taste when you repeatedly reduce my quota. You are doing what you have to do. Me three.
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You bet, I’m on it.
Their reply to me:
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Oh, yeah? Then why didn’t it seem sincere? Fuckers.