It used to be there were just two ways to consume music: you bought the album or you bought the single. And because you had to pay for these records or CDs or tapes, the number you could acquire was limited by the amount of cash you had. But then came iTunes and file-sharing that allowed for a la carte selection of songs. And now we have streaming, which means that we have almost instant access to a library of 35 million (and growing) tracks. Here are some new stats about how people listen to music. The number of people who listen mainly to albums now sits at just 29%. About 30% listen to the occasional album and tracks a few times. And then there’s this number: About 27% listen to albums and songs fewer times than they used to because they’re so busy looking for new music. Where do you fit in?