Back in the loop: why cassette tapes became fashionable again

  The Guardian 

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Magnetic ribbon for format once the preserve of police interviews is in short supply Forget the vinyl revival. The cassette tape will be back on Christmas lists this year as high-profile artists ranging from Coldplay to Robbie Williams and Liam Payne release albums on a format that has come back from the dead. The tape’s comeback has caught the industry off guard, with manufacturers struggling to
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