CDs can't beat the nostalgia of vinyl or the convenience of digital, but they still play a significant role in the music industry. And at least one man is singing its praises. Steven Hyden makes the argument for Grantland that CDs do have their place, much like vinyl. Hyden connects seminal albums to the context — and medium — in which they were originally released, and he can't imagine listening to them any other way. He makes a few other good points — read the entire article here — though it's going to be hard to convince the hordes to switch from all-you-can-eat streaming services.