RIAA's statistics don't add up to piracy, now that's weird!

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Gorskar points us to an interesting article over at The Register website. Research by a man called George Zieman gives the true reason for falling CD sales: the major labels have slashed production…

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So that’s 26,900 pieces of shite and about 100 decent releases. No wonder sales have collapsed… :slight_smile:

100 ??? I can only pick about 15 to 20 this year some that I actually bought used after someone burned a copy and sold them.But who’s going to pay me for my precious time for the other 200 I downloaded that sucked!!:4

Once again why buy music when you can just download it for free? Copying and stealing are two different things! What this says is true. Downloading of music is not to blame for lost music sales. Downloading of music has nothing to do with the sales of music.