In some (most?) cases it's cheaper to buy a CD than dowload a complete album.
I don't understand why a downloadable version of a song costs £0.79 when the price of a CD is £4.99. That's on average a £0.40 per track.
Plus you have a hard copy of your songs that will not dissapear with the first crash of your computer system.
So what makes a CD, a hard piece of plastic (manufacturing costs), delivered to your door (delivery costs), cheaper than a download?
I just don't get all this download stuff.
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