Okay, we have to admit, we totally want to read this book!
Charlie Sheen says that he's writing a tell-all about the 8 years of his life spent on the set of Two and a Half Men.
He plans on revealing details on what really went on behind the scenes and will even name names, including some of his co-stars!
Should Jon Cryer be worried??
The name of the book will be When the Laughter Stopped (LOL) and he's expecting a bidding war for the publishing rights.
How much does Charlie want for the book??
Wowsa. The funny part is that he'll probably actually get that amount if he really plans to reveal as much as he says he will. We have to wonder what really went on behind the scenes of that sitcom….
Will U read Charlie's tell-all??
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Tags: bidding war, book, co star, details, publishing rights, tell all, two and a half men
Ozzy Osbourne is not happy with record labels, and says that he's "disgusted" by the way new artists are treated by their record labels.
He thinks that music executives are mistreating up-and-coming stars by promising fame in exchange for financial rights to their name and music.
The Prince of Darkness eloquently says:
"Nowadays? F**king hell! The other day, I was informed that new bands who’ve just signed with their record companies
have to give away part of their publishing (rights), part of their gig money, part of their concessions…What the f**k is going on ? I wouldn’t like to be one of the bands of today. It’s f**king disgusting the way they treat the bands…"
He also insults the current digital state of the music industry, adding:
"It’s changed so much. Someone can be the biggest thing in the world, and then the next month you go ‘What happened to them?’ Record sales are no more - they aren’t selling records that much any more, because of this downloading thing."
Well unfortunately, this whole "downloading thing" is here to stay. But, we do agree that artists should have more power when it comes to owning to their music!
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Tags: disgusted, music executives, new artists, publishing rights, record labels