The resurgence of vinyl — accompanied by the apparent death of the CD format and continued popularity of digital music — is a phenomenon that might be called predictable. To many music fans, the convenience of MP3s has rendered CDs a waste of plastic. Record albums, meanwhile, have become an obsession for a new generation of collectors jaded by 99 cent iTunes singles and the disposable nature of compact discs. Besides an emphasis on artwork, LPs are generally considered to have better sound quality — and their imperfections are... More >>>