Music In a few paragraphs, The Bermuda Sun lays out why file sharing really isn't to blame for the slow death of the music industry:
"With companies offering mostly formulated garbage that is packaged to appeal to teens and young adults, they failed to realize this could only last so long before the lack of quality caught up with them. If you eat junk food constantly, you will become ill and unhealthy. This analogy sums it up for the corporate giants. Nothing lasts forever and eventually people realize what is real and what isn’t."
The last great album I bought 'How To Get Home' by The Bush, The Tree and Me cost me a pound from a bargain bin. Good music is out there. It's just that no one seems to be noticing.

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