Vinyl records and turntables are beginning to be an important cultural experience for a generation of teens and young adults were weren't even born when the LP was declared dead.

Online retailer Amazon says their best-selling audio product over the holidays was the Jensen three-speed turntable.

Music retailer HMV say they sold one vinyl player every minute in the week running up to Christmas. In November, vinyl sales in the U.S. reached a 26-year high.

Vinyl is not dead.

Watch this 13-minute documentary from Meloncholy Productions and director Russell Scarborough called The Tables Have Turned on why records mean so much to some younger music fans today.