The NY Times has an interesting article at the weekend where they looked into the nostalgic boom of the 80s and how, perversely, it wasn't translating into new sales for...

The NY Times has an interesting article at the weekend where they looked into the nostalgic boom of the 80s and how, perversely, it wasn’t translating into new sales for (some of) the music stars of that era:

The 80’s are not selling. People may be donning the once-again fashionable styles of the era (even leg warmers and Flashdance tops) and dancing to the bands of their youth, but they are not going to the store to buy the albums….

Bands like Tears For Fears and Duran Duran are not selling records and what will happen to the forthcoming Billy Idol and New Order releases?

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