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Where do you purchase you music?


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Where do your primaraly shop for your music?  

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  1. 1. When I buy music, I primarily get it from...

    • Amazon MP3 (digital downloads)
      4
    • eMusic (digital downloads)
      0
    • iTunes (digital downloads)
      4
    • Napster (digital downloads)
      0
    • Rhapsody (digital downloads)
      0
    • Zune Marketplace (digital downloads)
      0
    • Amazon (physical media)
      2
    • Barnes & Nobile (physical media)
      0
    • Best Buy (physical media)
      1
    • CDPlus (physical media)
      0
    • Fry's (physical media)
      0
    • Fye (physical media)
      1
    • Kmart (physical media)
      0
    • Sam Goody (physical media)
      0
    • Target (physical media)
      0
    • Tower (physical media)
      0
    • Wal-Mart (physical media)
      0
    • Other - Digital Download
      23
    • Other - Physical Media
      4
    • Other - I only stream music
      1
    • I don't listen to music
      3


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I don't listen to that much music so most of the time when I hear something I like I get it from a friend or if its really good I buy it.

 

I'm surprised this is even a poll consider most music is illegal obtained and talking about illegally obtaining music violates the rules.

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actually thank you!, when i read your initial post about how you bought the pearl jam self titled album I had remembered I was going to buy it some time ago, so i went online to find a good price and checked target then i see the new album is out lol

 

Best band of all time? I say Aye!

Picked it up at Target today :).

 

Haven't opened it yet though.

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Most studies state that only 5% to 10% of digital downloads are of the legal variety. However, it's hard to come up with an accurate number as tracking illegal activity isn't exactly the easiest thing to do. However, in my personal opinion I would definitely agree with the notion that legal downloads comprise less than 50% of all music downloads.

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Ok, I rarely buy music, I just kinda "borrow it from the Internets" I have 1500 songs on my iPod, if I had purchased them all I would have about $1500 in a $140 devise.

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I think the problem is people can't grasp the idea of intellectual property.

 

Actually, it's the music companies that have yet to grasp the concepts of "failed business model" and "innovate"

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