‘Cause I Want To Go Out and Buy a Ton of Records Now: Sleeveface: Be the Vinyl Book Oct 30th


Sleeveface: Be the Vinyl, the book is out on October 30th. Started one night in 2007 by the drunk owner of a small U.K. label, My Kung Fu Records, (no joke that’s the real name), Carl Morris soon got all of his friends records’ at parties and got them to do the same. Talk about word-of-mouth marketing!

In the book, over 200 images from classic Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A. to Barbara’s Greatest Hits to covers by David Bowie and Madonna are featured. His mission? To get people to buy vinyl again.

Pretty fun video, too!



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