NetBurn’s Post-Show CDs of The Doors Available at Door

Immediatek Inc., creator of NetBurn Secure‰ digital delivery and copy control solutions, and parent company of DiscLive Inc. (www.disclive.com), announced that it will be offering NetBurn digital downloads of “An Evening with The Doors of the 21st Century.” The group features Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, original members of The Doors, and is fronted by Ian Astbury (The Cult). The performance was recorded live from the Universal Lending Pavilion at the Pepsi Center in Denver on June 18, 2004. Exclusive access to NetBurn downloads of the concert are available at the DiscLive Website for $20, and consumers can create their own concert CDs a few hours after the concert’s conclusion.
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Immediatek Inc., creator of NetBurn Secure‰ digital delivery and copy control solutions, and parent company of DiscLive Inc. (www.disclive.com), announced that it will be offering NetBurn digital downloads of “An Evening with The Doors of the 21st Century.” The group features Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, original members of The Doors, and is fronted by Ian Astbury (The Cult). The performance was recorded live from the Universal Lending Pavilion at the Pepsi Center in Denver on June 18, 2004. Exclusive access to NetBurn downloads of the concert are available at the DiscLive Website for $20, and consumers can create their own concert CDs a few hours after the concert’s conclusion.

"The band is excited to be at the forefront of the technological advancements in live music distribution being pioneered by NetBurn and DiscLive," said Tom Vitorino, manager of The Doors of the 21st Century. Stephen Prendergast, senior VP and general manager of DiscLive’s West Coast office, added, "The NetBurn concept allows a concertgoer to leave the show, order the performance over the Internet and then enjoy the concert again as they drive to work the next morning."

“Each fan will receive an access code that will enable them to download and burn that night’s concert at their home computer over the Internet from anywhere in the world,” said Bair. “Everyone in music—from the bands, agents, managers and promoters, to the labels and publishers—are looking for new and creative ways to inject life into what has been a very difficult market for the last several years. We believe that our groundbreaking combination of exciting services will become vastly popular in the near term, and it will open the door for more and more creative services to arrive.”

For more information about NetBurn, DiscLive or Immediatek, please go to their respective Websites at www.netburncd.com, and www.disclive.com
www.immediatek.com.