Do you think music has lost its purpose, its originality?

@jde005 (65)
United States
September 1, 2008 4:55pm CST
We all know that every day there's a new artist coming out who just so happens to be a 'one hit wonder'. Do you feel that the industry is just allowing anyone in it just to make a buck or do you think they have long term visions?
3 responses
@poohgal (6848)
• Singapore
4 Sep 08
I totally agree. Compared to years ago, there are many more channels to enter the music industry. American idol is one good example. I am surprised that people like William hung can actually cut an album and he was actually popular for a little while. Thank God he is a one hit wonder (She bangs!)
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@nynapper (82)
• United States
15 Sep 08
I think it's better this way. Good music is good music I don't care if it's a one hit wonder. I'd rather it stay this way than hear the one hit wonder getting shoved down my throat on MTV with their crappy followup singles just because the industry is clinging on to them wishing they were more than a one hit wonder.
@cyaoping (141)
• Malaysia
4 Sep 08
I thinking its wrong way already.In the past,they paid and urge for the singer and music they like those not need much promote.Nowadays people promote the singer to become popular even cannot sing.A music should not equal with money and no rush.