“..only places CDs actually sold well were stores like Target, Best Buy and Wal-Mart.”
I’m sure the conclusion escapes the RIAA.
“In the 19th century, music was seen as a highly valued treasure with fundamental and near-mystical powers of human communication,” North told the BBC. No more: “The degree of accessibility and choice has arguably led to a rather passive attitude towards music heard in everyday life.
“The accessibility of music has meant that it is taken for granted and does not require a deep emotional commitment once associated with music appreciation.”
I know i’m old fashioned, but I didn’t know I was a throwback to the bloody 19th century.