The majority of my music listening happens at home while I play BF3 or clean and its a streaming on demand service. I've had the same 5 cd's in my car for like 5 years because the most time I spend is 10 min back and forth to work. The music industry fails to evolve and won't let go of the 20 year old business model. Piracy was/is it's last clutch play for relevancy as the demand for major labels and record executives dwindle and some in the gaming industry are seeing the same trend as tools become more user friendly they understand that the days of control and making profits off other people's work are numbered. A wise man once said "You cannot compete against the user, they will win every time".
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9/20/13 at 10:28am