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Published 4 years ago by tranxene with 4 Comments
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  • NinjaKlaus
    +4

    I wish we still had all our old records my parents had collected in the '70s and '80s, who knew one day they'd be "cool" and valuable. Personally, when I was little I always preferred my parent's albums to cassettes, they have their own sound that digital and the like don't replicate. Then we went CD and forgot about it.

    If it weren't for the cost of a good player I'd gladly switch to albums, their cost is a bit steep but nostalgia says it's my favorite sounding music, it may not be what I remember though in reality.

  • dudeofgoodtimes
    +3

    Not discussed in the article are used record sales. Speaking of personal experience, the college town I live in has a small but booming subculture of young people who collect used records and most certainly spend a lot of time listening to them. I think prohibitively high cost of brand new vinyl is probably the cause of these records not getting played

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