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Records Aren't Just For Hipsters Anymore

Dave Tomar | Posted 07.18.2013 | Entertainment
Dave Tomar

There are a million reasons why vinyl went out of style and most of them have to do with convenience, not just in how we listen to music, but in everything we do. I'm as spoiled by modernity as the next guy. But maybe not everything should be so convenient.

Adele Sells 10 Million Copies Of '21'

AP | Posted 11.28.2012 | Entertainment

LOS ANGELES -- Adele is rolling in the records. The 24-year-old British songstress's album "21" has sold more than 10 million copies, according to Ni...

Taylor Swift On Pace To Set Record This Week

The Huffington Post | Kia Makarechi | Posted 10.24.2012 | Entertainment

Taylor Swift, the young singer who spins yarns of breakups with male celebrities into genre-jumping hits, may well set a record this week. Her new...

Chris Brown Has The No. 1 Album In The U.S.

The Huffington Post | Crystal Bell | Posted 07.12.2012 | Entertainment

After a string of misfortunes -- a label change, poor reviews and a brawl with Drake -- Chris Brown's Fortune actually managed to top the Billboard 20...

U.S. Album Sales Rise For The First Time In 7 Years

AP | By RYAN NAKASHIMA | Posted 01.05.2012 | Home

LOS ANGELES -- U.S. album sales rose more than 3 percent last year for the first gain since 2004 – a sign that rising digital sales are finally ...

Amy Winehouse Albums Soar On The Charts

Posted 09.24.2011 | Home

Almost immediately following her tragic death last week, Amy Winehouse's albums have begun tearing up the music charts in America, Canada and the UK. ...

Adele and Eminem: Singing the Same Digital Song?

Marcia Dawkins | Posted 09.15.2011 | Entertainment
Marcia Dawkins

The artists seem to be a pair of space bound rocket ships aiming for the moon. But soaring success in cyberspace is not all they share. A closer look reveals they might be singing different versions of the same song.

The Generation That Killed Rock 'n Roll

Nathan Harden | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Nathan Harden

People should pay for music to support all the unknown artists out there who are trying to make it. What if internet piracy had existed in the 1960s? No Dylan? No Beatles? Would Bono be working as a longshoreman?