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SH: The music industry is rapidly changing. Where do you see it headed? PG: There have been so many changes that it’s hard to say, but it’s definitely not going back to strong record sales in the near future. There’s certain advantages to that, it’s probably all going to become a lot of streaming, a lot of downloading which is going to get higher and higher. Hopefully the actual physical record will not disappear, because it’s great to have MP3’s and all, but I always like to have the artwork in my hand.

SH: What are your thoughts on downloading? PG: I think it’s great. To us it doesn’t really make a difference. We never really see any money off record sales so it’s all about getting the name out there and making music available to kids in Cambodia that might have never even heard about you. SH: What do you love about music? PG: It’s not science where you can dissect the frog and go, ‘This is how it works.’ It’s not a math formula where it’s just like, ‘One plus one equals two.’ There’s always going to be a bit of mystery in music.

1.“DEAR_GOD” THE_ROOTS_FT. MONSTERS_OF_FOLK 2.“WHAT_A_FOOL_BELIEVES” THE_DOOBIE_BROTHERS 3.“STRANGER” STEPHEN_STILLS 4.“THIS_IS_IT” KENNY_ROGERS 5.“ANY_WHICH_WAY” SCISSOR_SISTERS

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