Vinyl's resurgence seemed to be hastening the death of the CD. While CD album sales dropped 80 percent after a 2001 peak, LP sales hit 9.2 million in the U.S., up nearly 800 percent. Jack White's Lazaretto moved 86,700 LPs in one year, the most since Nielsen SoundScan started keeping track in 1991. Still, the war rages on: Is vinyl better than digital? Read the full story here: "Why CDs May Actually Sound Better than Vinyl."