I can never get myself worked up about file-sharing, one way or another (current mood: conflicted), and in true AP fashion, this story about Supreme Court hearings on the matter isn’t doing anything to get me any more excited. What is interesting though, is seeing which artists line up on which side of the equation:

Don Henley, Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks and other musicians are backing the major recording labels, saying their livelihoods are threatened if millions of people can obtain their songs for nothing.

About 20 independent recording artists, including musician and producer Brian Eno, rockers Heart and rapper-activist Chuck D, support the file-sharing technology. They say it allows greater distribution of their music and limits the power of huge record companies.

It’s like a Rorschach Test for your musical allegiances: you can read into it whatever you like, and proceed to rock out.