Japan's vinyl revival: Sony to produce records again

Japan is well-known for its futuristic innovations but, when it comes to music, the technology of the past is back in fashion. Vinyl records are making a comeback. Even Sony Music is trying to cash in and plans to restart record production next year

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    Japan is well known for its futuristic innovations but, when it comes to music, the technology of the past is back in fashion.

    Vinyl records are making a comeback.

    Even Sony Music is trying to cash in and plans to restart record production next year.

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Tokyo.


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