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Sure Spotify, iTunes and other digital outlets have made music easier to purchase, more mobile and cheaper than ever, but as these sales stats show, vinyl is having a serious comeback. As the statistical data site Statista shows in the infograph below, global vinyl sales have surged over the last 15 years, bringing in $218 million in 2013 alone. That may only be a relatively small part of overall music sales, but considering the technology has basically been obsolete for decades, it still says a lot about music fans’ love of old school analogue ... Discuss