Australians continue to buy music albums in shops

10/5/2009 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Australian music stores are thriving as consumers Down Under swim against the current and continue to purchase CDs in traditional shops. "Most people don't come in here for anything specific; it's the beauty of the journey," said Steve Kulak, who owns a small chain of stores called Title Music Film Books. "It's like travelling; you don't necessarily know what you're going to get but you leave yourself open to the idea. That's what music is all about."

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