Alyssa Di Nubila of The Daily Rind writes: In a digital age it’s unbelievable news that vinyl sales have increased in the last decade. More people have purchased records than any other form of physical music. Audiophiles like being able to dabble in digital, but also take time to sit back and relax at home while listening intently to their favorites on wax.Personally, I prefer to buy older vinyl since the grooves on older records were made deeper than the new releases out in stores today. This allows for a richer sound that CDs lack. I like being able to own my favorite artists for not only the high quality sound but also for the album art that goes with it. Plus, owning a physical piece of the music is very meaningful in its own way. Of course, digital has its benefits! But when I remember waiting excitedly for song requests to be played on the radio and how thrilling it was to hear the release of a new song, I get a little nostalgic. Vinyl keeps music exciting! It’s tried and true, and we know what to expect and what pleasure it brings to our ears.
I wonder how most Country fans keep their Country stored on CD ? or Vinyl ?