Every year it seems to get cooler and cooler to hate Record Store Day.
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With Record Store Day nearly upon us, it seems as though virtually everyone have shared their thoughts on the annual event.
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At this point, it seems like everyone has heard that vinyl sales were up last year, rising from 6.1 million units sold in 2013 to 9.2 million in 2014.
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