Amazon extends AutoRip service to vinyl records

Shawn Knight

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Amazon today announced they have extended their AutoRip service to include vinyl records. The product, first introduced in January of this year, gives customers access to digital copies of music they have purchased on CD with the retailer dating back...

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TomSEA

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"Vinyl was a popular format in the 1970s before eventually giving way to other formats like the cassette and eventually, the compact disc."

LOL...can't believe you guys actually have to explain that. ;)

For us music lovers, this is a great service Amazon is providing.
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

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"Vinyl was a popular format in the 1970s before eventually giving way to other formats like the cassette and eventually, the compact disc."

LOL...can't believe you guys actually have to explain that. ;)

For us music lovers, this is a great service Amazon is providing.
Before vinyl was used records were made from bakelite (bake-er-lite). Vinyl came out after the war ended in '45.
 

avoidz

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"Vinyl was a popular format in the 1970s before eventually giving way to other formats like the cassette and eventually, the compact disc."

LOL...can't believe you guys actually have to explain that. ;)

For us music lovers, this is a great service Amazon is providing.

Yeah, makes me feel old too.