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Old 10-04-2007, 12:22 AM   #61
JSWolf
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When Napster first came out, it was big. And CD sales were up 6%. The RIAA went after Napster and got it shut down. Goodbye sales. Plus, raising prices also killed off a lot of sales. I remember when you could purchase CDs for $9.99. Now you pay $12.99-$16.99. That's stupid. You don't raise prices higher then the national average and expect to sell more.
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