The Death of the Single

Saturday, June 09, 2001

The 45 was once the dominant musical medium. From Elvis, to the Beatles, to the Supremes, that round little disc with the big hole in the middle defined the early rock 'n pop era. New technologies have since swept the single aside, but there are some die-hards who refuse to relinquish their vinyl disks, as On The Media’s Rex Doane discovers.

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