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Comeback of Vinyl

The vinyl record market has grown dramatically over the last five years, and with that growth many consumers of Christian music are looking to purchase catalog albums from years past as well as today’s top releases on vinyl.
Redemption Vinyl has the world's largest vinyl collection of Christian music, from vintage artists, such as Stryper, Barren Cross, Daniel Amos, Oak Ridge Boys and the Imperials to modern artists such as Thousand Foot Krutch, Tobymac, Switchfoot, POD and Crowder.
Our curators at Redemption Vinyl believe two main reasons driving vinyl's growth:
#1: Vinyl is an experience beyond music.
Vinyl LPs contain artwork and features that are not available with CDs or digital editions. Many vinyl albums come with dual records containing both detailed artwork on the center of the record and elaborate artwork on the cover and sleeves. Vinyl LPs give music lovers a chance to experience their favorite music in a whole new way.

Vinyl Records Make a Comeback

#2: Vinyl sounds better.
More than just collector items, vinyl records also produce some of the most authentic and pure sounds available. Most of the music you listen to today is stored and broadcast in what’s referred to as a “lossy format,” where details are lost and quality is reduced. This is because audio is compressed in order to make it small enough to play on a phone, to stream or broadcast over the radio. Whether you’re listening to Spotify or an MP3, you’re not getting the full quality of the sound. Vinyl, on the other hand, is what’s called a “lossless format.” Nothing has been lost when pressing a record. Vinyl sounds as good as the producer or band intended.
For these reasons, vinyl LPs create a unique experience and superior sound quality as they are listened to and enjoyed.