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(Quartz)   Music industry grows for the first time since 1998. Music execs continue to frantically search for someone new who will date Taylor Swift   (qz.com) divider line 3
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2013-02-27 02:33:35 PM  
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tricycleracer: Who... who is buying physical media?


I am, for one.  Why do I want to pay money for a compromised quality, often limited use format that has absolutely zero resale value?

Also, interesting graph.  I keep getting told by self-appointed experts that piracy actually leads to more music sales.   I guess the facts say otherwise.
2013-02-27 11:24:42 AM  
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HatMadeOfAss: I don't really care if she writes a 3 disc anthology about how much I suck.


Go home, Married Man, you're drunk.
2013-02-27 10:30:53 AM  
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tricycleracer: Revenue from digital music last year totaled $5.6 billion, while physical music brought in $9.4 billion.

Who... who is buying physical media?  Are vinylheads buying that many records?


I know a few people that buy a lot of music and only buy CDs. Apparently jewel cases are just the bees knees with their hopelessly flimsy joints.

But they also say they like to show off their music collections. racks and racks of CDs are more impressive than a large iTunes XML.
 
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