Let me see if I’ve got this straight: you’re reporting on an industry which is peopled top-to-bottom with lowlife scum and where the amoral depravity of the performers is matched only by the greed, avarice and venality of their managers; and when you discover that the place was basically Sodom & Gomorrah squared, you clutch your pearls and reach for the smelling salts?
Porn, sex toys, cocaine, a Rolodex of groupies and boasts about manhood size – the sordid truth about life inside Atlantic Records, the label behind Aretha and the Rolling Stones
This is like finding condoms in Bill Clinton’s wallet: not news. And lest we forget: it’s not like journalism is much different, morality-wise. What a bunch of tools.
As for the [whistle] blower: she lived in a world of sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll for year after year, but didn’t quit. Then she jumped a few musicians and wondered why she was treated like a spare piece of ass in the office.
Sympathy have I none.