Man, you think you know an internet. In the last few weeks, I've come across a couple songs I'm super into: one being Tim DeLaughter's theme song to United States of Tara (I believe it's called "You'll Be Fine"); the other's a song called "Sweet Disposition" by Temper Trap, which was used in the first 500 Days of Summer trailer, and also the season finale of Greek.
In both cases, I can't find a version to download, via iTunes or Amazon -- and in fact, in DeLaughter's case, I can't even find a full-length version on YouTube. I don't mean to sound entitled here but ... did we lose a war? I thought we had a deal, the internet and the rest of us. And that deal was: we'd destroy the record-store business by taking all our music shopping online, and in return, we would have access to every song ever recorded ever. Where is this system breaking down? Don't make me start regressing to holding my cassette recorder up to the speakers, music industry.