Jack White's Lazaretto sells 60,000 on vinyl to break 20-year record

RHIAN JONES

Jack White's second solo album Lazaretto has sold 60,000 copies on vinyl since its June 10 release to become the biggest-selling vinyl album in 20 years.

The last to reach that record was Pearl Jam's 1994 release Vitalogy.

40,000 copies of White's album were sold in its first week of release meaning it's the fastest-selling vinyl album since Nielsen Soundscan began recording vinyl sales figures in 1991.

Released via XL recordings, Lazaretto reached No.1 on the US albums chart and ...

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