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Record Store No Mo: In the Future, Computers Give You Music

People are already using the Internets to pull down the hot tracks.  In the year 2011, expect more of the same and much more — half of all music sold will be sold over the Web, according to recent research.

I guess if I bought more music it instead of, um, borrowing it this would make more sense for me.  I do buy records every once in a while, but I’m like totally old school in that I flip through racks of vinyl.  And yeah, I buy rekkids on Ebay and from independent labels.  Will the 2011 Internets still give me rekkids?  Mr. Webmaster in the sky, don’t let me down!

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One thought on “Record Store No Mo: In the Future, Computers Give You Music

  1. Robert Levy says:

    So true. Why pay money for typically degraded sound quality mp3 when it somehow seems more morally good to take it for free? Just ask Richard Stallman. But like you, I will pay money for a real record, with weight and texture and with pictures/words printed on cardboard and usually better sound quality.

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