] Too often, there is a rush toward false dichotomy. There is
] no reason why one must choose exclusively between a
] subscription service and the purchase of albums or singles.
] Rhapsody actually offers both.
I certainly agree with that.
] It has the potential to change the way you think about music.
] Not everyone is ready to face that possibility. To quote from
] Tarantino, "If my answers frighten you, then you should
] cease asking scary questions."
Well, in that case, perhaps I'll try it. I've had eMusic and mp3.com accounts at various phases in my past, but maybe i've been unfair. It certainly can't hurt, and it may change my impression of the class of products, as you rightly point out.
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