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Sony Returns to Making Vinyl Records After 28 Years

What started as a niche retro movement has gained an unexpected amount of steam — interest in turntables and vinyl records has shot up so much that one of the major players in music is going to start producing them again. Sony has announced that they will produce and sell vinyl records again after a 28-year […] This story was originally published at Sony Returns to Making Vinyl Records A
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