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33 Iconic Vinyl Album Covers from 1990 will be On Exhibition in London

The Vinyl Cafe will host the exhibition

For the first two weeks in December 2023, London’s The Vinyl Cafe will host the 33 ⅓ Vinyl Exhibition which brings together a specially curated selection of 33 legendary albums from 1990 – 33 ⅓ years after their release. The exhibition is curated by Key Production Group, a leading  British music manufacturer for vinyl record pressing, design, and packaging.

The exhibition is open to the public from November 30th for two weeks, when music fans and vinyl lovers can journey back in time to the beginning of the 1990s when digital streaming was just a vision of the future. On display throughout The Vinyl Cafe will be 1990 album sleeves from artists that defined the decade, such as Pixies’ Bossanova, Madonna’s The Immaculate Collection, and Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches by Happy Mondays.

Album sleeves from other 1990 luminaries such Jane’s Addiction, The Charlatans, Ride, George Michael, Kylie Minogue, Prince, and more will be on show for revelers to read about and listen to through a special Spotify playlist.

Karen Emanuel, CEO of Key Production Group said: “The exhibition is a trip down memory lane to where it all started for us when these records were the sounds of that time. But more than a look backward, it’s a chance to celebrate the present and future of vinyl. We welcome everyone, 90s music fans old and new, to come by the Vinyl Cafe, grab a drink, and immerse themselves in a journey through vinyl!”

There will be limited space available, so RSVP here if you’re interested in going.

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