It´s not about the greed of the music industri, as it seems. More about occultism and dark powers, in the spirit of David Icke. That´s the impression I get.
From a readers review on Amazon:
“What an interesting book Devlin has written! He links the research of a number of insightful writers from Fritz Springmeier to Dave McGowan to John Hamer, as he takes us through his own tour of the dark occult aspects of the music industry.
These Elite Music Murderers seem to be able to link themselves to dark physical energies evoked by manipulating the energies of fear and the frequencies of sound. The Occultists appear to be able to turn these frequencies to their advantage in terms of power and control but to their detriment in terms of any semblance of decency or compassion. They lose any semblance of humanity, because they evoke their power advantage through cruel and murderous rituals. (Or perhaps they never had any “semblance of humanity” to begin with…but have always been an inbred mutant criminal invasive species…but I digress…”
About two of the authors mentioned above: (Wiki)
Fritz Artz Springmeier (also known as Viktor E. Schoff) is an American right wing conspiracy theorist author, formerly a resident of Corbett, Oregon, who has written a number of books claiming that Satanic forces are behind a move toward world domination by various families and organizations. He has described his goal as "exposing the New World Order agenda.
“Since 1990, McGowan ran a small business in the greater Los Angeles area. He was a dogged veteran of deep politics and deep events well before the term “Conspiracy theory” became ubiquitous in the wake of the 9-11 attacks. He has published a number of books on various aspects of the excercise of occult power. He has also published many studies of controversial events, notably the Apollo moonlandings, MKULTRA and the Laurel Canyon milieu of the late 1960’s, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, The Pedophocracy, the Boston Marathon bombings, and many others. He can fairly claim the title of The First 9-11 Sceptic, having published a thorough, sceptical analysis of the events of 9-11 less than 24 hours after the collapse of the towers, still a good introduction to 9-11. He had three daughters who intended republish his work from the former, now deactivated, website”