"Strangely, in this world of 8,000 track hard drive music collections and the rampant uptake of digital music players, 77% of those surveyed said they would carry on buying physical CD albums even if they were subscribing to an 'all you can eat' download service."
I buy CDs, and I go to concerts... and I pirate music...
Some music I just don't see being worth paying for.
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What always throws me off about buying music is that the band will not see that money, only a minuscule fraction of it. If I buy music, it will literally be from the band. Hence, I don't buy a lot of music. But I agree with acrazt and do the same.
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