Sean Parker of the now defunct Napster shares his thoughts on how Spotify will change the music market.

Sean Parker wrote a blog post on his Facebook page about Spotify's U.S. launch.

(Parker is invested in the company.)

He says Spotify is the next step in music, finally perfecting the online social aspect that has been missing since the days days of Napster.

Here are the bullet points from Parker's statement:

Making users pay for the mobile app will help end music piracy and legitimize. Artists should be happy because people will be able to discover new music from their friends. Sharing music will revitalize the music industry and make record companies happy again.

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