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Crowdfunded Music Service To Release Rare Vinyl Records

Crowdfunded Music Service To Release Rare Vinyl Records
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Universal Music is developing a service that will re-release deleted and rare records of old albums if there is enough demand.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 july 2013

Universal Music has announced that it will be launching a service that will re-release deleted and rare records of old albums if there is enough demand from the crowd. Operated by the vinyl-focussed website Uvinyl, the reissued records will come with digital downloads and “personalized art prints.”

Crowdfunded Music Service To Release Rare Vinyl Records

Mashable reports that the releases will be crowdfunded by the public in the style of a Kickstarter project. Records that have been considered for the service include ABC by The Jackson 5, Björk’s Biophilia, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John, His N Hers by Pulp, and Hysteria by Def Leppard.

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