One more thing

Dear ASSHOLE S who CONTINUE, RELENTLESSLY  to find  my blog through the following searchs:

“imperial can” hey fuckers zip

imperial can hey fuckers mediafire

YOU CAN BUY THIS ALBUM FOR FIVE DOLLARS THROUGH WWW.PLAN-IT-X.COM you cheap fucking ASSHOLE. I WILL KICK YOU IN THE FUCKING FACE YOU SHIT DICK ASS PONY. YOU ARE THE REASON PLAN-IT-X WILL NO LONGER BE PUTTING OUT MUSIC. SO NOT ONLY WILL I NOT GET TO HEAR IT BUT NEITHER WILL YOU. 

YOU ARE THE REASON THIS BAND HAD FINANCIAL PROBLEMS ON THEIR MOST RECENT TOUR. STEALING MUSIC FROM INDEPENDENTLY PRODUCED, SMALL RECORD LABELS IS NOT PUNK. IT’S NOT COOL. YOU FUCKING KIDS NEED TO LEARN SOME FUCKING MANNERS. THE INTERNET HAS CREATED AN ENTITLEMENT GENERATION AND IT MAKES ME FUCKING SICK.

FEEL LUCKY THIS THING DOESN’T CAPTURE YOUR IP ADDRESS BECAUSE IF IT DID I WOULD SPAM BLAST YOUR COMPUTER AND CRASH THE FUCK OUT OF IT YOU PIECE OF SHIT HUMAN SCUM FUCK. FUCK OFF AND DIE.

XOXO

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4 thoughts on “One more thing

  1. I appreciate this sentiment. Forget people who won’t pay 5 bucks for Plan-It-X albums. They are the worst.

    I buy the albums and then download them off the internet because I can’t rip CDs to my computer… thus ending up here. Just so you know!

  2. as someone who runs an even smaller record label than plan-it-x, and a diy touring artist/band member, i think at this point in time, with how easily accessible punk music is (not anyone’s fault, or even such a bad thing) and the amount of bands there are these days (again, not always a bad thing), bands and labels should be happy that there are people who want to hear their music and what they have to say to begin with, or people at their shows who actually went to see their particular band. that being said, if you have $5, help a touring band or diy label out and buy the release you like, go to shows, buy merch if you can, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with downloading music for free. plan-it-x is ending because it no longer makes sense, in general, to make cds. they are an irrelevant media. vinyl is expensive to press, and tapes are just silly and bands can release them on their own. also, for the record, even with plan-it-x ending, it does not mean the artists on the label will stop making music. my 2 cents.

  3. Your sir, are not punk and very ignorant.

    Some people can’t buy every single record of plan it x, but still want to listen to them. They have what? like 40 records out? Yes, lets all just pay 200 dollars. Some people don’t have much money man, and should they have to wait till they can afford it to listen to these albums? Fuck no! Pay for what you honestly can and just download the rest. Thats how plan it x would expect you to do it. Fuck you and you negativity man, if you showed up at plan it x fest, you’d piss off a lot of people.

    1. Patrick,

      I never claimed to be punk. Such labels are no different than Republican, Christian or Cowboy’s Fan as far as I am concerned. But thank you so much for your holier than though attitude towards punk.

      I seem to have struck a nerve with you. Good. Downloading music without paying for it is stealing. No matter how much of the norm it has become. Perhaps you haven’t been on the Plan-It-X site in a while, but I urge you to visit it. I think that Chris might have a different opinion based on what he’s written. CD sales are WAY down for plan-it-x to the point where Chris isn’t even sure the future of the label. This is directly contributed to people taking whatever music they want, rather than buying it.

      Part of the problem is you feel entitled to HAVE everything that exists. Because of that entitlement (not very punk I might add) you feel challenged, randomly, by a rando blog on the internet, because I don’t feel that this entitlement aspect of internet culture breeds creativity. It stops creativity. You sir are, weather you like it or not, a patron to the music you listen to if you are into DIY made music. You are the record label by choosing to exchange commerce for products. Albums cost money to record, tours cost money to go on. When that money from record sales ceases to exist, these aspects of DIY culture become harder and harder to do. Thus putting our scene in the hands of the privileged few. I think at $5, Chris offers a relatively inexpensive product that is generally more accessible than any other label of his size. I am sorry you are forced to make choices in life. I know that as an American we have a lot of choices and that sometimes that is overwhelming. But you should make those choices, smartly and with much thought everyday. Especially where you money and art is concerned. If we don’t support our artists that we love and hold dear, no one else will.

      Also, saying “Fuck you and your negativity man” is really negative and just kind of shows how stupid you are. I might be at Plan-It-X Fest this year. Chris is an old and dear friend of mine and I believe and love what he does. I do in fact buy as many releases as possible, whether I know the band or not, because I do want to see Plan-It-X continue to grow. I want my friends to make more albums and tour, especially to cities like the one I live in that doesn’t have access to as much of this stuff as bigger cities, elsewhere in the country.

      So, to use your words sir, FUCK YOU AND YOUR NEGATIVITY. Stop taking what doesn’t belong to you, start supporting the scene and get over your hollier than though, righteous punk bullshit. The world doesn’t need that.

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