Commentary: Vinyl Judgment Twenty years ago, compact discs began appearing on music store shelves and suddenly -- in what now seems a flash -- CDs were in, records were out and the age of vinyl fell behind us. Commentator Ashley Kahn counts himself one of the LP loyalists who held on to his analog collection in an increasingly digital age of CDs, MP3s and the Internet -- until recently.
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Twenty years ago, compact discs began appearing on music store shelves and suddenly — in what now seems a flash — CDs were in, records were out and the age of vinyl fell behind us. Commentator Ashley Kahn counts himself one of the LP loyalists who held on to his analog collection in an increasingly digital age of CDs, MP3s and the Internet — until recently.