will full 10- to 15- song music albums become extinct
so what, let them die. Take an album, any album. what's there? one or two songs for which they make videos on mtv to lure you into buying the full album, then you buy the album, and what's there? two good songs, 13 stupid lousy boring tracks. Means you lose 90 percent of your money for garbage. I really hated that before finding out about fasttrack and starting to create my own cds, where every song is just what I like. But if you buy music, you can't do much about it - you could buy 3 singles, each one costs 4 pound sterling in London or 7-8 euro here in europe, altogether 20 or even more euro. then you could just as well buy the whole album for the same amount of money, but you lose anyway, because most tracks are crap. no, the only solution are online downloads, legal or illegal doesn't matter, but one needs to burn himself, otherwise you get crap. And that's obviuos, how could some people over at Sony, LA, or wherever they sit, know what I like? I mean, they don't even know I exist! Everyone has to decide for oneself. Download only the tracks you like and burn them together on the same cd. then you don't have to jump to the next track, while driving the car, should decrease the number of accidents, because people would be less busy with searching for a good track among all those lousy ones.