However, I'm not referring to that Steve Guttenberg, I'm referring to the one that made this article.
In the article, he talks about how the current industry is going to falter in three years and how the filters that separated us from the music industry have disappeared with the growth of the Internet and implied that it's hurt the business.
Which leads me to these questions:
Has the era of Myspace hurt the music business?
Have the multitude of bands to listen to actually negatively impacted the way you listen to music?
Has music become disposable?
Are you willing to pay for music? If not, why not?
Is too much music, too much?
For an audiophile like me, it's really hard to believe, but it sounds like a legitimate argument.