Antiquated Music Things Kids These Days Will Never Have to Deal With
"How bout headphones fucking up your hair?"
"Hearing a song and not knowing what it is or how to find it..."
"Importing Japanese CDs (that costs $25) and buying deluxe packages to get the bonus tracks..."
"Listening to the radio and having to just live with whatever they feel like playing..."
"Telling somebody about a song and then not just being able to whip out your phone to play it for them."
"Having to go to the music store in the mall to order an album that they didn't carry."
"Things going out of print? Not anymore. Yeah, you might not get the vinyl but you'll still be able to get the music off of it as soon as it ships."
"Reading album reviews. I don't understand why anyone would ever read an album review when you can just as easily listen to the entire album online in about nine seconds."
"Waiting for a particular music video to come on TV. Thinking about a video is almost always waaaaay better than the actual video."
"Ripping songs off of the radio via cassette tape."
Ed. note: I think it is funny that Alexa used the term "ripping," which to me is a modern term used for people doing the same off of YouTube. Ha.