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You have to know where in the food chain to charge. Traditionally, labels were the driving force in music and they charged right up front, you had to buy the album after hearing a track or two on the radio. Only problem waswere you going to like the whole album if you only liked the single? Would the single be representative of everything else on the album (can you say Extreme?) Oh, in the sixties you could just buy the single.<br/><br/> But if there even was a single in the nineties, it was deleted when the song got traction, you had to buy the whole album. Sometimes people fell in love with the album and the act, but oftentimes there .... midnight Wednesday 28th March 2007 EST
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