The big four record labels have come up with a new way to replace the CD.
You might want to sit down for this one.
Fingernail-sized memory cards that will hold an entire album, notes, cover art and allow for some personal storage by the consumer.
Some 449 million CDs were sold in 2007 -- a 19% percent drop from the previous year and a continuation of an almost constant eight year decline in sales. Fifty million were sold digitally (Nielsen) -- not enough to give the labels any comfort that they have found the modern day replacement for the decreasingly unpopular CD.
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