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No. It's illegal.

The law was passed at the XIV international congress in Blackpool and became law in 1992.

 

"Insofar as vinyl shall be the only material allowed for music purposes at a 'do' - notwithstanding the attendant dealers are allowed to sell all materials (including CD's and reproduction badges), promoters and DJ's are to ensure that all vinyl is from the original release of the record and NOT any subsequent re-issue. This is to be enforced irrespective of the paying publics desire to hear music what they like."

 

The spirit of the law was to prevent any recurrence of "The Todmorden Incident".

I hope that answers your query :)

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No. It's illegal.

The law was passed at the XIV international congress in Blackpool and became law in 1992.

 

"Insofar as vinyl shall be the only material allowed for music purposes at a 'do' - notwithstanding the attendant dealers are allowed to sell all materials (including CD's and reproduction badges), promoters and DJ's are to ensure that all vinyl is from the original release of the record and NOT any subsequent re-issue. This is to be enforced irrespective of the paying publics desire to hear music what they like."

 

The spirit of the law was to prevent any recurrence of "The Todmorden Incident".

I hope that answers your query :)

 

This has further been enforced by the Hearing Records (HR) Act of 1998.

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