By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Saturday was a big day for vinyl lovers with the return of Record Store Day.

Hundreds of people lined up to get inside the Rough Trade NYC store in Rockefeller Center.

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Record Store Day is the biggest day of the year in vinyl, but it had been on hold because of the pandemic.

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The day gives fans a chance to get their hands on limited edition, exclusive releases.

“Vinyl as a music culture is about having a tactile thing to touch and hold, to cherish, and there’s nothing wrong with streaming music, that’s great, but to have something that’s not as disposable, that really is special I think is what speaks to a lot of people about the vinyl culture and records in general,” Rough Trade NYC manager George Flanagan said.

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A second Record Store Day is scheduled for July 17.

CBSNewYork Team