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- Posted on Nov 4th 2009 1:30PM by John D. Luerssen
"She is more of a personality than she is a singer," Stone told the UK Press Association. "[Lily] needs to sell records because she's not a singer, and that's not an offense to her because I think that she knows that too."
Stone herself says she is "making real music [and] people [will] come to the show" whereas for Allen "it's about the track, their personality and their celebrity." Ouch.
Meanwhile, Stone also shot holes in Allen's staunch stance against filesharing after the latter recently blogged, "Filesharing is a disaster ... as it's making it harder and harder for new acts to emerge."
"She's not going to win [the] fight," Stone snipped. "None of us will win that fight. So let's just accept it and see it as something that can be beautiful and might change music for the better. It might sort the weeds from the flowers."
"Who said that musicians have to be millionaires?" Stone asked, sidestepping the fact that her deal with EMI is worth a reported £7.5million. "Who made this a rule? We don't need that much money. We only need enough to make music, eat and go on tour."