The Recording Industry Association of America reports that $1.2 billion worth of CDs were sold in America in 2016 – down from a peak of $13.2 billion in 2000. Independent stores, such as the Triangle’s Schoolkids, have prospered by focusing more on vinyl records, which have made something of a comeback as specialty niche items.
The Recording Industry Association of America reports that $1.2 billion worth of CDs were sold in America in 2016 – down from a peak of $13.2 billion in 2000. Independent stores, such as the Triangle’s Schoolkids, have prospered by focusing more on vinyl records, which have made something of a comeback as specialty niche items. NEWS & OBSERVER 2002 FILE PHOTO
The Recording Industry Association of America reports that $1.2 billion worth of CDs were sold in America in 2016 – down from a peak of $13.2 billion in 2000. Independent stores, such as the Triangle’s Schoolkids, have prospered by focusing more on vinyl records, which have made something of a comeback as specialty niche items. NEWS & OBSERVER 2002 FILE PHOTO

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