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  • Germany launches a chart for vinyls
  • Germany launches a chart for vinyls
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Germany launches a chart for vinyls

When it comes to music, digital is in and CDs are out. But the vinyl revolution isn’t going anywhere, especially in Germany. So it's not surprising that the country now has a monthly chart dedicated solely to the format. What is it about these records that makes them so appealing?

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