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Why Taylor Swift’s vinyls won’t change the game for true LP fans

ByKarishma Kuenzang
Jun 14, 2024 05:05 PM IST

How the turntables! We’re in the midst of a vinyl revival. Sales are spinning, younger artists are selling records. So, why doesn’t it feel like a legit change?

On the one hand, music is enjoying a great rewind. Studios are investing in old-school synthesizers, artists are recording on tape (bit by bit, mistakes and all), and hip listeners are so into vinyl records that LPs now outsell CDs. Online record stores have boosted sales in India. Even Saregama relaunched some titles on vinyl recently. What a time to get your groove on!

Vinyl’s aren’t cheap. Even on TV, only rich folks such as Suits lawyer Harvey Specter have large collections.
Vinyl’s aren’t cheap. Even on TV, only rich folks such as Suits lawyer Harvey Specter have large collections.
Billie Eilish’s 2021 album, Happier Than Ever, had multiple records, manufactured from recycled vinyls.
Billie Eilish’s 2021 album, Happier Than Ever, had multiple records, manufactured from recycled vinyls.
The movie High Fidelity (2000) was set in a record store.
The movie High Fidelity (2000) was set in a record store.
Vinyls such as the Kendrick Lamar album To Pimp a Butterfly (2015) are prized for the cover art.
Vinyls such as the Kendrick Lamar album To Pimp a Butterfly (2015) are prized for the cover art.
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