The record industry deserves what they get. They’ve been ripping off the customer from day one. Digital downloads cost nothing, yet we are charged more for them than a physical CD? That’s pure BS. They have a complicated pricing scheme designed to rip off the artists, and the consumer. A physical CD should cost no more than $9.99 ever. A double CD, $12.99. Digital downloads should be .25 per song, and DRM free. Artificially keeping digital downloads at .99 ea in order to protect physical CD’s is ridiculous. Shalin007 makes a good point, movies cost hundreds of millions to make, take much longer to edit, design and print- yet they can be purchased for $7.99 to $ 9.99 all day. How on earth can the record industry justify their pricing on CD’s when compared to DVD’s? They can’t. Here is a simple solution to improve sales record industry- are you listening? Price digital tracks at .25 ea, and make them DRM FREE. Add in cover art, lyrics, and photos, while you’re at it. Make your entire back catalog available for download at .25 ea song. Can you even do the math? Everyone would pay .25 for a digital song. Until you meet the customers demands, (Uh, that would be me and about 100 million others who USED to buy your product) we won’t be buying your product.