Vinyl records came into the circulation in 1931 when it was first pioneered initially by RCA and afterwards by Columbia in the late 30’s. The vinyl was the “in” thing then until the compact disc was introduced by Philips to the music market. And the compact disc nearly obliterated the production and sales of the vinyl records. However, in 2006, somehow there came a resurgence of the vinyl records and the trade has been steadily increasing in demand. The first vinyl was manufactured in analog format but a new technology came into place and the new vinyl records are digitally-recorded.
There was a fear of the loss classic music the way it was supposed to be listened to, using the medium of vinyl records. In fact, there are a lot of music out there which were recorded originally on vinyl but where never transferred to cassette tape or compact disc and most of these will be forgotten in the coming years since nobody took the time to convert them into a more durable storing medium. However, the more popular ones are of course understandable saved from annihilation and were re-recorded and even as the music industry puts it re-mastered into compact discs and DVDs.
And most likely written ahead on this list would be the infamous The Beatles. Touted as the most popular band in the world, The Beatles had their share of good times and even when they disbanded, their records still sold millions around the world. Up until this day, throngs of Beatles fanatics continue to patronize their albums, and that is the reason why Beatles Vinyl records are very expensive and hard to find.
Many enthusiasts collect as many Beatles memorabilia as they can and vinyl records, especially those in mint condition come as very high commodity. Beatles vinyl albums as rare as The Beatles’ The Second Album, the very rare Hey Jude Album, the first Press Beatles Second Album Super Rare German, the Help Album, Beatles Why, All You need Is Love, Let It Be, And I Love Her, At The Hollywood Bowl, Almost Grown, Can’t Buy Me Love, Do You Want To Know A Secret, Eight Days A Week, From Me To You, Good Day Sunshine, and more than a hundred more.
These albums are what made Beatles probably the most important iconic band in the world. Almost all modern rock bands nowadays will not be able to deny the influence The Beatles has in the modern music scene. These Beatles Vinyl albums are the silent proof that at one time, The Beatles lorded the airwaves.