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  • Tesco has started selling vinyl
  • Tesco has started selling vinyl
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Tesco has started selling vinyl

Vinyl sales in the UK increased by 69% between 2014 and 2015, leading the Official Charts Company to launch a bespoke vinyl chart. And now, thanks to Tesco, the nostalgic format isn't just being played in the homes of hipsters, but on the record players of any supermarket shopper.

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