The deep price cut — the only one to apply to new CD's since the format was introduced in the early 1980's — represents a gamble by Universal that more consumers will buy more CD's once the price dips below $13 . . . When CD's first arrived on the market they cost $15.98, and have climbed from there.
In other snowmen in hell news Aaron went to a Dean 2004 meetup last night and I didn't.
I will be going to the "Music for America" benefit tonight at Chop Suey to make up for it. And to see Aveo.
(1) Does anyone know why the NYT uses an apostrophe in CDs