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vinyl

1. of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group of atoms CH2CH-
2. of, consisting of, or made of a vinyl resin
3. any vinyl polymer, resin, or plastic, esp PVC
4. (collectively) conventional records made of vinyl as opposed to compact discs

vinyl

Any of various tough, flexible plastics made from polyvinyl resin. See also: Plexiglas

vinyl

A thermoplastic compound made from polymerized vinyl chloride, vinylide chloride, or vinyl acetate; includes some plastics made from styrene and other chemicals.
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This is also seen in the difference in willingness to pay for music on vinyl; two-thirds of HMV customers would be willing to pay for a vinyl record (61 per cent) compared to just 38 per cent of the UK as a whole.
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"There is a great cross section of vinyls from country right through all genres of music.
Limnaios, whose taste is eclectic, is originally from the Greek island of Lesbos and has loved vinyl since he was a child.
Ed Sheeran, Arctic Monkeys and The 1975 are among musicians who have issued new releases on vinyl.
I'm so obsessed that I was trying vinyl trenches in August, praying that I looked more Madonna than Matrix.
Josh Grobans Bridges in an exclusive white vinyl, exclusive retailer for two weeks starting 11/16
The Courteeners will also be re-releasing debut album St Jude, while the only (and eponymous) album recorded by Warsaw - the band that would become Joy Division - gets a black and white vinyl Record Store Day release too.