Last week people in the UK spent more money on vinyl than digital downloads

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For the first time, money spent on vinyl records in the UK overtook that spent on digital downloads. 

UK record sales figures for vinyl hit £2.4m last week compared with the £2.1m made from digital downloads, according to the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA), which which used Official Charts data.

Online purchases are still the more popular products with 295,000 albums sold in the same period as opposed to 120,000 vinyls. 

That’s because vinyl albums are much more expensive than downloads. 

Kate Bush’s triple-disc live album Before The Dawn, which is sold at £52 in the shops and topped the charts last week, is available for download at just £12Read more…

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