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William Cross

I believe that what is not being looked at are the multitudes of people who demand high quality music listening, which requires CD's, a good player and good speakers. iPods are wonderful and downloading a music library is great, however, the compressed music that leaves out what techs think people can't or don't want to hear, is a misnomer. YouTube is great, but I prefer to listen to high quality music when I kick back to enjoy a musical journey. This cannot happen on YouTube.


I totally agree. But, I think we are in the minority. Nobody knows what high quality or even decent quality is anymore. And nobody goes on musical journeys. They don't even listen to whole songs. Just click click click til they pass out or decide to watch zombies.



There is a method to YouTube for indie labels. And it works when worked right! Bad Boy Billy Sly!!

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