iTunes turns 10: How Apple music store killed old music industry
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When Tower Records, a hallowed music store chain with a 46-year history, shuttered its doors at the end of 2006, The Nation called it ”the day the music died.”
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Wow…makes you think how one person can truly change the world!
Oh my. The music industry has certainly changed in 10 years.
Oh hey, Rome. Way to drop some knowledge on NBC news. Gotta love A&M Octone Records. Miss that place.
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