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March 24, 2004

Indie record stores tell us the the RIAA is full of it..

Wired News: Record Stores: We're Fine, Thanks
Interesting, from the article:
High prices, rather than file sharing, are what usually stop a kid from buying a CD, Wiley said.
Typically, the music industry wants stores to sell CDs for $18 when they should be going for $15, he said. That $3 can make the difference in terms of whether or not a CD is going to sell.

Posted by vanevery at 09:37 PM

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