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I started my own record label.
I hear some new artists that sound country but the record labels and country radio lean more toward a more rock feel for what gets signed to a label and played on the radio.
I hate record labels. They think they know everything. I want to hear them try to sing it.
We were 6 feet under. A lot of people gave up on us, including fans and critics and show promoters and record labels.
Record labels have enjoyed a 100-year monopoly of selling plastic and now they're up against a different format.
It is hard, though, 'cos record labels love to boss you around. I won't let them do that anymore.
The rise of the Internet has caused the demise of the record labels, and has destroyed the music business of old, but it's also created new opportunities for young artists.
Record labels today are much less patient: Artists have a bad record, and they're gone.
I have friends who have a CD mastering plant in Hollywood and they are very sceptical about European record labels' understanding of digital technology.
I just have so much love for my record label.
I think people at most record labels really like music, but it's hard because everything is so subjective, and everyone's so creative in their own right.
Knowing record labels and knowing the kinds of things they would object to-they just object to everything that's interesting.
I love the road. That's always been my goal. I've said that to many record labels. I want to make records. The road is my favorite. Some people hate the road, I love the road.
I'm the only girl songwriter that fights for a lot of things. I fight for songwriting fees, which record labels want you to shut up about.
The means of control that record labels had vis-à-vis distribution no longer exist.
Some record labels want to package you in a certain way and we didn't want that. Once the record company saw we had some substance and were not a one hit wonder. They got 100% behind us.
Even though were not the most punk rock band, the way weve done things is pretty punk rock. Just kinda say it with a big middle finger to the record labels and do it ourselves.