A quarter of young adults buy records they never listen to, a survey of British music fans discovered last year. Some might take this as baffling or pretentious behavior, but the future of vinyl may rest on its ability to find selling points beyond its basic function as a music format. Having long since lost the battle for cost and convenience to rival formats, vinyl is nonetheless enjoying its most prolonged revival since the introduction of the CD. Sales have been rising sharply each year since 2007, with a peak increase of 54% in 2014... 


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