An overwhelming majority of people believe that record companies should continue releasing albums and go through with their promotional plans in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks on the U.S.,

An overwhelming majority of people believe that record companies should continue releasing albums and go through with their promotional plans in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks on the U.S., according to a recently completed Billboard.com poll.

Of 2,770 respondents, 54% said that music labels need to stick with their release plans in order to show our enemies that they cannot disrupt our lives. Another 40% of the voters believe that music has the ability to lift the national spirit.

Just 5% believe that continuing to release and promote albums is disrespectful to those lost in the attacks, while 2% think that people should only be purchasing necessary goods during this time.

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