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May 16, 2005 | Randy Lewis
When the going gets tough, some counterculture wag observed a couple of decades ago, the tough get weird. So as the record industry continues to grapple with sliding sales, file-sharing and other woes, strange new trends keep emerging. Case in point: Fans of Alison Krauss and Union Station who pick up the country-bluegrass queen's new album, "Home on the Highways," can ask the cashier to ring it up with a side order of baked apple dumplings to go.
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May 16, 2005 | Randy Lewis
When the going gets tough, some counterculture wag observed a couple of decades ago, the tough get weird. So as the record industry continues to grapple with sliding sales, file-sharing and other woes, strange new trends keep emerging. Case in point: Fans of Alison Krauss and Union Station who pick up the country-bluegrass queen's new album, "Home on the Highways," can ask the cashier to ring it up with a side order of baked apple dumplings to go.
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