HAYES, ENGLAND - JANUARY 11: A vinyl record by The Eagles are put into record sleeves after being pressed by machine at The Vinyl Factory on January 11, 2017 in Hayes, England. The Vinyl Factory is the largest vinyl pressing plant in the United Kingdom and produces up to 1.4 million records a year. The factory was founded in 2001 and has seen a 20% increase in sales and production year on year with clients including Warner Music, Universal Music, Bjork's label and their own label. Sales of vinyl records reached a 25 year high in 2016 when more than 3.2 million LPs were sold, a rise of 53% on the previous year. (Photo by Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)

Amazon has temporarily stopped selling new CDs and Vinyl

As if the music business wasn’t tough enough before the coronavirus. Now, concerts, tours, and music festivals are canceled, and Amazon announced it would be halting incoming shipments of vinyl and CDs.

Amazon is “prioritizing [stocking] household staples, medical supplies, and other high-demand products” and replenishing other non-essential stuff like CDs, vinyl, and books will be cut out, through at least April 5th.

But don’t get too worked up over it, it only affects the new stock coming into their fulfillment centers, not the massive supply already in their warehouses.  So, if you’ve placed an order for something available on Amazon, it won’t be affected.



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