So, because of the Internet, Mr. Daltrey makes something less than millions in recording. I, on the other hand, make something more than zero. I am not crying Boo Who for Mr. Daltrey.
If you think music was viable for just the 75 best years of records, then you're lazy.
Choose better role models and mentors for your musical endeavors, like star recording engineer, Bobby Owsinski. He has a lot to tell you about what to do next in his book, Music 4.1: A Survival Guide for Making Music in the Internet Age. He gets on with business and thrives.
So do I. I'm not quitting on albums. My newest is out on Composers Concordance Records, available from Naxos.