White Stripes frontman saddened by music games
The rise of music video games as a new way of digesting music has left White Stripes frontman Jack White feeling a little bit depressed.
"It's depressing to have a label come and tell you that [Guitar Hero] is how kids are learning about music and experiencing music," the rocker railed.
Ultimately, however, White doesn't mind "which format people should get their music in... if you have to be in a video game to get in front of them, that's a little sad."
More music fun as we get it.
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