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  • Young listeners fuel the vinyl revival
  • Young listeners fuel the vinyl revival
    Lis Ferla (2009) ©
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Young listeners fuel the vinyl revival

While CDs and MiniDisc players might be relegated to the technology dustbin, as people choose to buy or rent digital files rather than spend money on physical music, vinyl records have experienced a resurgence. And it's being fuelled largely by music fans under the age of 35.

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