Springsteen, Bowie, Neil Young, Led Zeppelin Lead U.S. Vinyl Boom

Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Neil Young and Led Zeppelin are leading the U.S. craze for vinyl. Sufjan Stevens is another star who pushed sales to an all-time high for Record Store Day week, according to data company Nielsen Music. Bruce Springsteen’s Greatest Hits – back in a new form on red vinyl was the top seller during the week. It was followed by David Bowie’s Welcome To The Blackout (Live in London ’78) and Neil Young’s Tonight’s The Night: Live At The Roxy in the charts of Record Store Day exclusive albums at independent record stores. The best-selling RSD exclusive singles were Led Zeppelin’s “Friends” (Rock And Roll), David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” (Full Length Demo) and “Mystery of Love EP” by Sufjan Stevens. MORE 


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