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Vinyl: An Unlikely History 1980
Description: A documentary about the newest resurgence in sales of vinyl records and its impact on the industry.
Released: N/A Director: Amanda Macchia Writers: N/A Actors: Jonathan Richman, Mac DeMarco, Harry Wayne Casey, Lee Ranaldo Genres: Documentary, History, Music
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