The article states: "In May 1981, a Sony employee played Billy Joel's
"Honesty", the first track from his multi-platinum 1978 album *52nd Street*
Except it's not. The first track of the album is "My Life," which was also
the first single issued from the album (it peaked at #2 in the U.S.). Now,
which song was really played for those execs? The hard-hitting "My Life" or
the softer "Honesty" (which would demonstrate greater dynamic range, in my
view)? Where have all the fact-checkers gone?