July 7: This Day in Music History

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In 1989, it was discovered that for the first time, compact discs were outselling vinyl when we were buying music. You may guess which album was at the top of the list back then, but did you know that (sadly) it looks like only one in four actually paid for it? And on this day in 2007, global concerts were held around the world — with big names performing worldwide — as a part of the campaign to save the planet.

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