Hello music lovers of the world. This post right here isn't about the way music changed from vinyl to CD. Or like some purists would say from analogue to digital. This one right here is all about the end of physical records which seem to be disappearing almost entirely from retail stores and the surprising thing about it is that people seem to be OK with it. Well, not all that surprising, but people do seem to part with physical LPs more readily than you would expect them to. I for one, though being a DJ (yes, I'm that as well) find the musical paradigm we have at present much more appealing. The question is "why?".
Then there is the problem of waste. For those of you who read my post about Wasteland and even those who didn't read it for that matter, know that all this stuff we so willingly collect ends up somewhere in India or some other third world country like Brazil where pickers end up picking all this in landfills. At least this must be reason to see the absolute ridiculousness of piling up our lives with stuff we end up throwing away anyway. Can't wait to get your feedback.