I’ve been saying it for years. But now, finally, The guardian dares to draw the same (kind of) conclusion. (Go, go Guardian!)
What’s killing CD sales? Are downloads the issue? Or the fact that most artists release half-a**ed albums.
What was the last album you really wanted to buy? And I mean looking forward too. I remember buying multiple CD’s a month, and most of these are still worth my time when I pop them in my CD-drive. So what happened? Did we get spoiled with free (but illegal) downloading, or are most CD’s released nowadays just not worth the money.
My money is on the latter…