Can Of Worms: Six Reasons Why Recorded Music Should Be Free – According To Grooveshark

Grooveshark CEO Sam Tarantino defended the approach of the company he dropped out of college to co-found at age 19 in 2006 with his friend Josh Greenburg for nearly an hour, before he took a train to catch a plane.

Below are the six main reasons he thinks recorded music wants to be free, just like it (mostly) is on Grooveshark:

I dont necessarily agree with some of the points but I thought it worthwhile to start a discussion about “the value” of music.

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