"You go from having all these music outlets – and it's not too long ago – what was it, five years ago? If you wanted to listen to it, you'd have to go buy the CD," White said. "The iPad and all these 'i' things have only been out for a little while. So when you think about it, all these stores existed throughout the country where you would go and you would buy their CD and all this other [expletive]. Now you're buying songs for $0.99. Woo hoo! That's not good. That's not good for the music industry."