In yet another sign that albums are from being obsolete, Sony Music is preparing to make its own vinyl records again in Japan.
The company says it’s installing record-cutting equipment and enlisting the help of older engineers who know how to reproduce the best sound.
According to reports, vinyl sales have seen a resurgence since around 2008.
Label executives say albums generated 3.6 percent of total global revenues, which is sure to grow with this news.
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