Everyone seems to know the record business is dying except the people running it.
It's a business highly dependent on the sale of Compact Discs -- and CD's are not selling the way they used to before digital downloading arrived.
The stores they sell in -- record stores -- are in short pants.
The record industry -- before it gets the lights on the way out the door -- might want to consider making the purchase of music virtually non-consequential financially.
Envision the youth market on their computers and cell phones buying -- I said buying -- music at will, on impulse, 24/7 -- like they use text&hellip
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