We figure we’re looking at an imminent industry-mandated price hike to, say, $34.99 per song download and $499.99 per album in order to slam the brakes on this runaway profit train and get consumers downloading music illegally again, the way God intended. That way the labels can get back to complaining about how piracy is killing CD sales, and then make its money by suing twelve-year-old KaZaA users instead.
It’s really rather unfortunate that no record executives will ever read AtAT or this blog. They might learn a thing or two about their customers.
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