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Sony Music Is Opening A Vinyl Pressing Plant, 30 Years After It Closed The Last One

Everything that's old is new again. Or at least that's true for Sony Music Entertainment, who after a hiatus of three decades, will start producing vinyl records again in their own new plant to help meet the high demand for the hipster audio format. __________________________________________ After a 30 year hiatus,...
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