The Who frontman says the internet has stolen the record industry and gives musicians no incentive to make new music. he tells Rolling Stone: “We’ve talked about it, but it’s not going to be easy. There’s no record industry anymore. Why would I make a record? I would have to pay to make a record. There’s no royalties so I can’t see that ever happening. There’s no record business. How do you get the money to make the records? I don’t know. I’m certainly not going to pay money to give my music away free. I can’t afford to do that. I’ve got other things I could waste the money on.”   Don’t cry. Don’t raise your eye.            I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution / Take a bow for the new revolution / This is my generation. This is my generation, baby / The kids are alright The Kids are alright The Kids Are Alright   The Kids Are Alright: That deaf, dumb and blind kid . . . You declared you would be / you were chasing a destiny / I’m the punk in the gutter / I’m the new president / GGGGG-g-g-g-g generation / It all belongs to me you know.   My dancing’s left you behind. Goodbye, now you’re solo / Why don’t you all f-fade away . . . This is my generation. This is my generation, baby. / One, two, three, four! / Freak out! Freak out! / Close your eyes and think of this: / The sky is glass, the sea is brown. And everyone is upside-down. / Breathe the air we have blown you. / It all belongs to me you know.   We’re the slaves of the phony leaders. / Into a thousand parts I blew. / You’re invisible to me. / As I take in the view . . . My friends are all dead now. / Why can’t they see that life excites me. / We got a hit We Got a hit We Got A Hit We Got A Hit. / They’re all wasted!