Rolling Stone Magazine: Prism

Copy on.
And one day all those legendary albums will disappear. And the great bands. And all the gifted young musicians. How are they supposed to make a living when everyone downloads their work for free? Support us: money-for-music.de
Rolling Stone

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, Frankfurt, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Dr. Stephan Vogel
Creative Director: Helmut Meyer
Art Director: Eva Stetefeld
Copywriters: Taner Ercan, Dr. Stephan Vogel
Art Buyer: Christina Hufgard
Photographer: Stockmaterial
Advertiser's Supervisor: Rainer Schmidt
Account Supervisor: Dr. Stephan Vogel
Consultants: Peter Heinlein, Georg Fechner

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jamesrothenburg's picture
jamesrothenburg
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Great visuals, copy is a bit clunky and preachy.

rodrigoplant's picture
rodrigoplant
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Well, live shows does the recent trick. And a classic never dies ;-)

Hiperion's picture
Hiperion
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Is a record companies ad or a rolling stone ad?
What a hypocritical piece of shit..

Blashyrkh's picture
Blashyrkh
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If it wasn't for piracy I would never had all Pink Floyd albums. The visual is interesting.

Guest's picture
Guest

Piracy introduces bands to people. We should be getting commissions. This is really a scam to help feed rich record company owners. If the cared about musicians, then they wouldn't screw them in the first place.

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Guest

what the heck is the visual? besides the album cover.

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