Thought that the era of record players was over? Think again. They say history always repeats itself, and this appears to be the case with the popularity of vinyl records. According to Amazon, vinyl sales are up 745% since 2008. These statistics could be attributed to a number of social implications, such as the growing “hipster” subculture in which anything new is considered cliché. In our ever-increasing digital world, it only seems fitting that such a trend would be dominated by a modern electronic giant like Daft Punk. The French duo's new album Random Access Memories just became Amazon UK's top-selling vinyl of all time, surpassing even Adele, a UK native, and her international success “21”. The work has been highly anticipated following the achievements of the TRON: legacy soundtrack (2010) and Alive (2007). The two-time Grammy winning pair delivered once again with Random Access Memories, accomplishing impressive sales across multiple platforms.