01-10-2007, 09:56 AM
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Kate you are right about one thing, it is not the same. When you had to save up for an album you had to make a critical choice in what to buy. If you bought a crappy album, you are still going to listen to it for a few months, but if you bought a good album you would listen to every track, learn every word, savor the album. Now the market produces singles. You download them, enjoy them, move on to the next. There is no more art in the music; certainly no more soul. Recently somebody told me that 'emo' was full of it, which is laughable considering the marketing strategies that are used to sell that junk.