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Sony is bringing vinyl back, but the truth is it never went away

Vinyl records are truly a thing of beauty. They were the first thing to bring personal music libraries to the masses, and that's something we'll never forget. While cassette tapes, CDs, and streaming services have all succeeded the format, there's just something about vinyl records that keeps them living on. SEE ALSO: The vinyl jukebox is coming back into production after 25 years Sony Music understands this and has decided to start pressing vinyl records again at a Japanese factory by next March.
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