</p>Engadget has a <a href="http://markpit.com/blog/ct.ashx?id=1decdb15-b70e-4b63-b517-7adce1d2d5a8&amp;url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.engadget.com%2fentry%2f1234000140060331%2f" _base_href="http://markpit.com/blog/">story</a>

about the record labels wanting more money for songs when sold through the iTunes Music Store. One of the reasons they state is because less people are buying the full CDs and just buying the songs they want, so they are making less money. I wonder though, if Jobs refuses to increase the price on songs, will the big record labels stop producing full “albums”? There always seems to be a few songs on a CD that are destined to become singles and then there are other songs that maybe don’t fit the “format” for a hit single. Will the record labels force artists to only churn out “hits”? I hope not. Whenever I have bought a CD in the past for a couple of songs that I had heard on the radio, I almost always found other songs on it that I never would have heard on the radio, but I liked a lot.