A survey commissioned by CompareDownload claims that the average British male will spend £12,480 on music during their lifetime, while for females the figure is £9,120. Men will own an average of 292 albums and singles, while women will own 221. The survey also claims that CDs account for 63% of the average music collection, followed by downloads (27%), tapes (4%) and vinyl (4%). Meanwhile, 74% of respondents think music is now too expensive, 63% say they would buy more if it was cheaper, and one in four men admit that more than half their music collections are illegal downloads.

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