I made this post recently about the Evolution of Storage that gently touched on the category of music.  The music industry has dramatically changed in the last number of years. Depending on how old you are as you read this, the idea of a cassette may be completely foreign to you.

Napster (the original, not the current iteration) was probably the first site to change the music game quickly followed by other similar sites such as Kazaa. But when iTunes came onto the scene in 2001, the boom came with it.

Can you remember the last time you saw a music store? And no, that three-row section of Best Buy with two rows of This Is Music Volume XX CD’s doesn’t count.

Check out the infographic below to see how the music industry has been “rocked” by the Internet. Thanks to Total Bankruptcy for creating this graphic.

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