Vinyl's Resurgence

Vinyl's resurgence seemed to be hastening the death of the CD. While CD album sales dropped 80 percent after a 2001 peak, LP sales hit 9.2 million in the U.S., up nearly 800 percent. Jack White's <i>Lazaretto</i> moved 86,700 LPs in one year, the most since Nielsen SoundScan started keeping track in 1991. Still, the war rages on: Is vinyl better than digital? <a href=""><i>Read the full story here</i>: "Why CDs May Actually Sound Better than Vinyl."</a>