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Vinyl is a rarity, a really good show about music that actually has good music in it, plus characters that don’t make you groan.

HBO’s new 'Vinyl' brings the music biz—and ’70s NYC—to life

February 10th, 2016

Vinyl is a rarity, a really good show about music that actually has good music in it, plus characters that don’t make you groan.

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