here I was reading this article from Digital Music News today “Recording Industry In 2009: Albums Down 12.7 Percent, Digital Still Gaining” that reports vinyl LP sales in 2009 were up 33% to 2.5 million.stock on line
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http://ramshergill.com/womens/mode-1/ We worshiped listening to music back then. It was such an effort that you had to stop and listen carefully. Today it’s just too instant and easy.