29 July, 2015 - RollingStone.com
It took two weeks but Neil Young finally expunged the vast majority of his catalog from streaming services. On July 15th, the rocker issued a pair of Facebook posts deriding the audio quality of streaming services and alerting fans that he'd pull all of his albums from Apple Music, Spotify and the like. "It's about sound quality. I don't need my music to be devalued by the worst quality in the history of broadcasting or any other form of distribution," Young wrote. At some point over the weekend, Young made good on his promise as his albums began vanishing from streaming services, Variety reports. As of this writing, only Young's five Geffen LP from the Eighties – 1982's Trans, 1983's Everybody's Rockin', 1985's Old Ways, 1986's Landing on Water and 1987's Life, as well as the Geffen era rarities compilation Lucky Thirteen – are all still available on multiple streaming services. Young's Dead Man soundtrack, released via Vapor Records, also remains on services, but everything else, including his latest LP The Monsanto Years, has been stripped from streaming libraries. Neil Young Pulling Catalog From Streaming Services While Young may be anti-streaming, Geffen's parent company Universal – which no longer has ties to the rocker since he rejoined Warner Music's Reprise in 1989 – likely didn't feel obligated to grant Young's wishes regarding his streamed catalog. (Young and Geffen infamously sparred in the Eighties, with the label accusing him of handing them "musically uncharacteristic" and "not commercial" albums that were unlike his Seventies catalog. Geffen later sued Young for $3.3 million; Young countersued for $21 million. They eventually settled out of court.) In Young's anti-streaming posts, the musician stated that while his catalog removal wasn't about the money, he acknowledged – like Taylor Swift and Thom Yorke before him – that his share of royalties were "dramatically reduced by bad deals made without my consent." However, Young hinted that he'd be willing to return his albums to services if the audio quality was improved. "AM radio kicked streaming's ass. Analog cassettes and 8 tracks also kicked streaming's ass, and absolutely rocked compared to streaming," Young wrote. "Streaming sucks. Streaming is the worst audio in history. If you want it, you got it. It's here to stay. Your choice." Related See Neil Young's Monsanto-Themed Mini-Doc 'Seeding Fear' Monsanto Fires Back at Neil Young Over New Documentary Willie Nelson, Neil Young to Headline Farm Aid 30

David Guetta - I Can Only Imagine (feat. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne) lyrics

Where you been? Where you been all my life?
Baby it's a sin, the way you look in the light
It's obvious that I want something from you
You know what I wanna do
Every touch it would bring me to life
I can only imagine what it'd be like
Oh, every time, it would bring me to life
I can only imagine, only imagine
What it'd be like

[Lil Wayne]
I saw you from afar, thought I'd say "wassup"
You can tell me your name, when we waking up
They call me Lil Tunechi, I'm good, I'm Gucci
Now you can kiss your old dude goodbye: smooches
You're a beast, your girl a beauty
Man I think somebody done gave Cupid an Uzi: Shoot me
Like a firework, we brighter in the dark
So let's turn off the lights and give me that spark

[Chris Brown]
I want to let her touch me (it would bring me to life)
One touch will feel free
I want to feel free
She can kiss me
So I can finally be
So I can finally see
So I can finally see