A Fine Mess

May 2003
Mix;May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p32
Focuses on the development of popular music industry in the U.S. Proliferation of Internet in the music industry; Contribution of digital technology; Impact of piracy on the declining sales of the industry.


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