Sainsbury's to stock vinyl records in 171 stores

Murray Stassen

Recognising the unstoppable demand for vinyl in the UK, Sainsbury’s will sell LPs for the first time since the 1980s, Music Week can reveal today.

The range, launching in store on March 21, will include a mix of contemporary and classic records.

Following the huge success of Adele’s 25, selling over 300,000 CDs in the retailer’s stores, the vinyl release is predicted to storm to the top of Sainsbury’s LP charts. Starting from £12, the range also features some ...

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