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While CD sales have slowed and cassettes have all but died out, vinyl continues to steadily sell copies despite much of the music-consuming public switching to digital mediums. Whether it’s the perceived increased quality over even CD recordings, the pop and crackle of a well-worn record or the bargain prices of second-hand 45s and LPs; vinyl continues to survive as a desirable storage medium.

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For this reason it’s no surprise to see a service like My Record List popping up, applying the convenience of digital music Why I Still Love The MiniDisc [Opinion] Why I Still Love The MiniDisc [Opinion] I’m aware that this might sound like the ranting of a man approaching middle age, jaded by years of iPods and MP3 players and OS updates and finding the right app to record with, but... Read More to the much-loved analogue discs of days gone by. The service exists as a catalogue for vinyl first and foremost, with cassettes and CDs also catered for. The service uses Discogs.com as a driving database to fetch extensive information about releases, including pictures, labels and other statistics.

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As a bit of a vinyl junkie myself I was pleasantly surprised to find that the database includes some more obscure releases, including DJ tools, scratch records and breaks collections. Once a release has been imported, the service then uses Spotify Music Streaming With Spotify: What You Get For Free Music Streaming With Spotify: What You Get For Free The long awaited streaming music service, Spotify landed in the U.S. last week. Unlike other streaming services, however, Spotify offers an ad-supported free option, which makes millions of albums and songs available to you through... Read More to fetch a digital version, though you will need Spotify on your Mac or PC in order to make use of the player. Sharing your collection is easy as you’ll be given a URL that matches your username, e.g. myrecordlist.com/timbrookes.

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