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After The Vinyl Revival, The Vinyl-Playing Jukebox Is Back

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A store manager shows off a Japanese pressing of The Beatles' Let It Be at the RECOfan music shop in Tokyo's Shibuya district. Demand for vinyl records is leading Sony to restart making vinyl records. Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A customer walks in the Record Collector store in Sheffield, England, Friday. Hundreds of independent record stores are putting on special promotions for Saturday's Record Store Day. Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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It's Record Store Day – Here Are Pictures To Prove It

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An employee demonstrates how a mother is checked for sound quality before it is duplicated during production at the Rainbo Records factory in Canoga Park, Calif. The vinyl record industry has seen an uptick in sales in recent years, keeping manufacturers like Rainbo busy. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Vinyl, Once Thought Dead, Makes A Comeback In The Digital Age

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