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UK vinyl sales reach 25-year high

Published on Tuesday 3rd of January 2017 02:06:24 AM in BBC

Vinyl sales topped three million last year, the highest UK total in 25 years.More than 3.2 million records were sold in 2016, a rise of 53% on the previous year, according to the BPI, which represents the music industry.David Bowie's Blackstar was the most popular album ...

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