For years, we made our music smaller. Traditional vinyl gave way to 8-tracks and cassettes, then we moved to CDs, mp3 players, and streaming services. Yet somewhere along the way, nostalgia kicked in, and we've started buying records in larger and larger quantities. Can we still call this a resurgence after 13 years? That's how long vinyl sales have been climbing, a technology once thought extinct resurrected by a combination of nostalgia, sound quality, and capitalism.