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Which aging rocker recently told The Sunday Times Magazine,

"I hate to sound like an old man now, but I am, and you mark my words, in a generation from now people are going to say: 'What happened?' Steve Jobs is personally responsible for killing the music business."

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zzleigh zzleigh 5 years
Oh give me a break. If anything, iTunes allows the widest selection of music ever available to people in the very palm of their hands. If I want to buy a CD now, I can get it instantly on my phone, for the cost of what a CD *should* (and used to) be back when I was young (not to mention the complete cut down of cluttery crap that comes with a traditional disc) Fast, easier, cheaper, AND green? Steve Jobs didn't kill the music business, he revolutionized it.
i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 5 years
I hate to say it too... but I agree with the anonymous post before me. I enjoy getting one song when I don't enjoy the rest of the album, but still try to buy most of my music on CD or in album download form because I hate to miss out on gems that some radio station executive didn't particularly care for.
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