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The Artist-Driven Vinyl Revolution

From Thomas Edison’s 1877 machine that played back on a rotating cylinder to 167 million vinyl LPs sold in 1985, vinyl’s warm yet crisp analog sound was a casualty in the digital eclipse of the compact disc, downloading and streaming1

In his essay of August 30, 1965, “ART,” L Ron Hubbard wrote:

“A professional in the arts is one who obtains communication with the art form at the minimum sacrifice of technical quality”

“No communication is no art To not do the communication for lack of technical perfection is the primary error It is also an error not to push up

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