Old Vinyl Is Dead?

C2 Ramadan-albumlebaran

C3 Ramadan-albumlebaran2.pdf

May be old vinyl is really dead. When a prominent Indonesia newspaper publish reviews on 10 Best Lebaran (Ied el-Fithr) Songs in 2011, public did not respond explicitely on such features. We don’t know why?

But there are many speculations. First, that review was coming not in proper time — in holiday season when the people did not read newspaper. Second, Lebaran song is not something interested. Third, the review is about old vinyl which is something out of fashion. Are these reasons reasonable? What do you think?

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Comments

  • Henk Madrotter  On May 25, 2012 at 1:21 pm

    Nope, old vinyl is more popular then ever now here in Indonesia, it’s almost impossible to find many, many things, jl. surabaya in jakarta is empty, plundered, here in Bandung, nearly empty, specially young upper class kids are collecting like crazy, it’s the new trend (since about 3 years now)

    • Kelik M Nugroho  On May 26, 2012 at 12:39 pm

      Nice to hear a person who has attention to this old vinyl like you. Thank for your comment.

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