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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2005

    People need to appreciate the tangible record!!!!!!!!

    Some of the greatest works of art have been on the covers of records. Record stores are a dying breed. People use to talk and meet in them. People use to listen to albums without a computer. Do your ears a favor and listen to an album for the sake of the music rather than obsessing over a new electronic gadget that allows you to download music at the bus station. This book is encouraging people to become robots. Nuff said.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2011

    Eh

    Nobody knows what is going to happen in the future. This book is simply boring and anti-record label.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2005

    Positive perspective might prove to be perfect...

    Through my own enlightenment I decided a while back to stop downloading albums from the Internet for free. I now use iTunes online music store, or I go to an actually CD retailer and buy my favorite music. While this is a breakthrough in my life, I¿m afraid others might not ever come to grips with the reality of illegal online downloading. This has bothered me for sometime now but I never really thought anyone would do anything about it, because of computer hackers and software developers always a step ahead of the good guys. The Future of Music has shown me that there IS hope. This new plan to make music like running water, or a utility, is a great idea. The idea is that users will pay a monthly bill just like their water, electricity or cable. The book also dives into the new markets of cell phone ring tones, Internet radio, and the use of music in video games. The author¿s can clearly see the direction the industry is headed, and they¿re ideas are a great start to what might turn into a musical revolution. This is a great book for anyone looking to get a head start on the competition, or just want to look through the crystal ball and into the future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2005

    The crystal ball for the digital music arena

    If you want a reality check in terms of where things are headed in the digital music world, look no further than this book. It's thought-provoking and insightful, from two of the sharpest veterans in the business. Spot-on insights. Do yourself a favor and buy this book. Highly recommended!!

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