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Great interview. Great points raised by Sal about stealing music and continuing to make music.
Music is timeless to people who really love it. I was only 8 when Bloody Kisses came out I didn't start listening to it until I was 13. I was far from being born when Master of Reality came out and I still listen to the album like it came out last week. You think that music released now is just for the people who are around to buy it and listen to it when it first comes out but that's not the case. There are little 8 year olds right now that are going to be big APHND fans in a few years.
I like the point Sal made about people spending money consistently on expensive coffees but cheaping out on buying music. I like the experience of being able to get a band's CD and look at the artwork and lyrics while listening to the music. I enjoy being able to spend my hard-earned money on building a music collection. While I do get music from iTunes every once in a while, if I really like a band (and there are a lot of bands out there that I like as my physical CD collection has over 300 CDs) I'm going to buy their music on CD as well. The thing about technology is if you don't backup your songs from iTunes you could lose them if your computer or iPod takes a crap. As a matter of fact, most of the music on my iTunes has just been imported from my CD collection anyway.
Again, another great interview!
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