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The Great Depression
(Activity; products, shows, & launches)
The great depression was a period
of inactivity that lasted between August 2006 to December 2007. No Nine
Corp products were released during this period apart from 9Online
music single releases which stopped at the end of January 2007. This period
was part of the Third Generation.
All of the Nine Corporation's collaboration
partners suffered the same fate, including Strength
Movement, Cataclysm Records, Intense
Gaming, Low Life Records, and Deal Real just to name a few.
The Great Depression proved
fatal for all of the other organisations apart from Strength Movement, who's
roster was reduced to 1 artist.
The main causes of this period
were down to technical problems which originated just before the release of
Nine Taurus second album ‘Futile
Tears’. The problems started of with the manufacturing of Nine
Music’s CDs. Some of the manufacturing issues were mentioned on
the 9Online song ‘Futile Restraint’.
Studios started to develop problems that stopped all recording’s
through this facility and Enavrin Studios was the major recording studio in
Nine Music with about 90% of all recording done at Enavrin Studios.
Other issues were a change in economic,
living, and psychological conditions of the community. This was especially
the case with Nine Corporation's collaboration partners.