…and I’m old enough to remember when you couldn’t download an album or a song. You had to drive to either the local department store or National Record Mart, if you lived close to Pittsburgh which I did not. The albums were usually around $3.99. Being a 12-year-old at the time, that was expensive. So, when you make a decision to buy one you had to figure in all kinds of variables. How many songs on the album do I like? How many do I know? It was that decision that led me to buy the Beatles Second album instead of the more recognized Meet the Beatles album. So, $3.99 was expensive to me but that ain’t nothin’. I was in a local, what you would call a G.C.Murphy type department store recently and saw something that you would expect to see in a G.C. Murphy type department store back in the day, a section devoted to record albums. It was a very small display and the cheapest album was around $22.00. The most expensive was $27.00. I didn’t read if there was anything special about the albums but thought man, that’s expensive. Even with inflation that’s expensive until I realized while buying albums is cool if you’re an audiophile nut, due to the download era, the market for that coolness is small like the display which also had record players to get you hooked. But for $22.00 I’ll listen to what I already have on my old Technics which is still hooked up and download what I don’t.