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Comeback - Degradation - ...Still Screaming (Vinyl)

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  1. Jan 07,  · Vinyl’s difficult comeback The long read New presses are unaffordable, unless the big companies were to invest, but vinyl is still too small a sector of the market for them to be convinced.
  2. Vinyl means something to people – it is hard to think of any artist writing ‘passion’ and ‘mp3’ in the same sentence, as ItaloJohnson do, above. Perhaps the vinyl comeback has been overplayed in some circles – this is still a small movement, and it doesn’t yet have the capacity to be much more than that.
  3. Explore releases from Degradation at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Degradation at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Are vinyl records making a comeback? New technology often pushes out the old, but despite the invention of the CD and the era of digital music downloads, vinyl records still have a loyal fan base.
  5. No. Not the same way. There is an insanely vibrant community of VHS (and Beta!) tape collectors. As hard as it is to believe, there’s an incredible volume of content produced from the mid s to the mid s that was only ever available on vide.
  6. May 10,  · Interestingly, in about 14 million vinyl records were sold in the United States alone – an increase of over a thousand percent compared to 10 years earlier. Impressive as it sounds, it accounts for only percent of US album sales. However, vinyl still has a bold impact on the music industry, disrupting a mostly digital platform with a century-old technology fighting its potential.
  7. Nov 27,  · There is no vinyl comeback, as the BPI sort-of-admits later on its press release (after several excitable paragraphs), when it notes: “Vinyl still remains a .
  8. Latter-day reunions of historic rock bands are nothing new these days, but not even the most optimistic of fans probably ever expected Jersey, England's Legend, one of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal's most obscure treasures, to rise from the ashes of their demise 20 years earlier in order to give it one more chance in But this is exactly what happened, and stubbornly unforgiving.

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