The Return of the King – Vinyl Records Triumph


Hearing it is quite unbelievable that the black records that had stop spinning in the early 90’s had been going to reclaim its throne on the music scene. It is simply vinyl, the return of the king. I say it is really the king because of its bulky size and royalty demeanor. Vinyl records are at one point become the most widespread music storage media in the past decade. Those were the golden years of Beatles, Bee gees, Elvis, Mat Monroe and Bing Crosby. People are really engage in collecting these stuffs that at present it is considered to be rare vinyl collections.

Right now, people are asking why we have come up with this tremendous story that vinyl records are back on the spin. It seems we are going retro. The promise of vinyl’s lasting legacy is now on our own lives and upon our very hands. The music that it delivers gives the warmth and abiding joy of listening to the whole fresh tapestry of tunes off from a recording studio.

The dawn of the new day that the return of the black discs to regain its seat is about to banish the CD’s monumental stay. It high time that vinyl records once prove that analog is better than digital. Many people are agreeing that vinyl has so many things to offer than CDs. Take note, the sales of CDs have during the first 6 months of this year, a Nielsen SoundScan report has found that the sales of music CDs have fallen by 15% so far this year, a 4% further drop compared to 2005. This is the now the 3rd year in a row where CD sales have fallen in the first half of the year.

It is evidently stated that during 2006 and 2007, CD units, which account for more than 80 percent of the market, slipped by 17.5 percent. Vinyl records, which represent about 1 percent of the market, is the only physical mode to see growth since digital made its splash. Over the same time period, vinyl LP and EPs shipped to suppliers grew by 36.6 percent.

The trend on vinyl records is on the upswing and they are really coming to dominate. Take note that CD’s had been hijacked by music pirates and had been stabbed by online music downloads. The best material to own a copy of music is the bulky vinyl discs because they are tangible.

It sounds like its vinyl revival.

 

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