Cheap-as-chips UK fashion retailer Peacocks has revealed that it is to start selling CDs in the runup to Christmas. The store, which has 500 outlets, will sell CDs next to licensed music t-shirts – which it says have experienced a growth of sales of 20% during the past year. The CDs, from acts such as Take That, The Saturdays, Lady Gaga and Cheryl Cole, will cost under £10. It’s part of a strategy from Peacocks to fill the gap left by Woolworths, which now no longer exists as a high street retailer and remains only as a web brand. Whether the idea of CDs being sold at a fashion shop represents a resurgence for the physical medium or its last death throes is open to debate.
Source: Retail Week 
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