I can sympathize with his point, for those who enjoy reading those things, it sucks to miss out on them. But I suspect that for 90% of the online music-buying public, they don't care, don't want to waste the bandwidth and time downloading the larger file & see it as nothing more than an excuse to raise prices. I for one don't miss them at all. If I want to see an album cover, I can run a script to download it from Amazon, and if I want the lyrics, I can Google the song and have the lyrics in seconds.<br><br>And I whole-heartedly agree, online petitions are a complete waste – especially when the company they are petitioning has no control over the topic in question.<br><br>
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