The supermarket chain has sold more than 81,000 records to date


Sainsbury’s has announced it will stock vinyl in 67 more stores, bringing the total number of UK stores selling records to 238.

The supermarket chain began selling albums in March this year, for the first time since the 1980s and has sold more than 81,000 records to date.

According to a report in Music Week, the most successful album has been Fleetwood Mac‘s Rumours, which has sold 5,500 units to date.

To reflect the success of vinyl sales, Sainsbury’s are upping the range of titles available from 20 to 60. The new collection will be available from October 14 and will include a mix of contemporary and classic records along with seven exclusive titles. These include Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here and David Bowie’s Blackstar.

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