In a move that will please all audiophiles, UK Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has announced its plans to sell vinyl records in the store for the first time since the 1980s.
From Monday, March 21st, the store will stock a limited range of vinyl LPs by artists that include: David Bowie, The Beatles, Nirvana and Adele in 171 of its stores throughout the UK. From the outset, Sainsbury’s will become the biggest outlet to sell vinyl records in the UK.
The cost? Sainsbury’s vinyl range, which will also include classic LPs by Amy Winehouse, The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, will begin at £12. The chain will also offer a Crosley Cruiser Turntable at a price of £80.