Susanna Kaysen, Girl, Interrupted (via ha-ze)
^amber, this is for you x(via puel-la)
IT’S SO HARD WHEN YOU’RE IN A CUDDLY MOOD AND DON’T HAVE ANYONE TO CUDDLE WITH THIS IS AN OUTRAGE
forming your body
inside of her
just so you could
hate and destroy it
At the studio: As soon as a record is finished, anyone from the producer to the engineer to the band members can spoil the fun.
At the label: Labels send albums to companies like Sonic Arts to add a digital encryption code that can identify uploading evildoers.. but not necessarily stop them.
By the press: Considered to be the most common source of album leakage, watermarks or not. Oops!
At the plant: While in the process of being manufactures, a CD is ostensibly secured under lock and key, but sometimes copies fall off the back of trucks.
At the warehouse: Once CDs await shipping to retailers, it’s virtually guaranteed that a copy will find its way online.
At retail: And, of course, once an album is available for sale online or in stores, all bets are off.
public service announcement: just because ole girl got in a 22 inch malaysian sew in doesn’t mean she loves herself any less than baby girl with the afro puffs