The way people listen to and buy music has changed enormously the last 20 years. I for one am from the oldskool way of things regarding music. I still buy cd's and vinyl because I like cover artwork, liner notes etc. I never really got into downloading. Cd's I rip to my music player because to my ears, it doesn't lose any of the original sound quality. I began some ten years ago with WMP, I also downloaded Itunes but since I never owned a Mac I never really used it, it just didn't work that well on my laptop. A few months ago I started to have problems with WMP (WindowsMediaPlayer) after an update. I started looking for a new music player and downloaded MusicBee. Imported my library, over 13000 tracks, and never looked back. I can recommend MusicBee to anyone who's looking for a good music player. I also use Spotify from time to time. It's good to find new tracks and artists. If I find something good, I still will buy the cd or vinyl record in my local record store or online on Amazon. Youtube is also a good site to find new or old full albums, tracks, bands, etc . The sound quality is a little off at times on youtube but it has bettered these last few years. And then Last fm, some of you might know it, some might not. If you click on the last fm extension in your music player you can "scrobble" all your tracks you listen to directly to your last fm account. If you enable last fm on spotify it'll "scrobble" every track you stream to your last fm account. It's not "new" but it's cool. You can browse through your stats, make friends with like-minded listeners, browse through artist biography's, get recommendations based on your listening experience and other features. Btw, I have an account on Last fm for eight years now. So how do you listen to/buy music? Do you still by cd's/records or do you download? Do you use a streaming service and/or music player. Do you only use Youtube? Do you only use a cd- or recordplayer? Do you have a Last fm account, and if so, do you use it? I'm curious!