I can't find the reference, but Little Steven said in an interview that CDs have ruined albums because they are too long. His reasoning is that hardly many artists have more than eight or nine songs good enough to be put out. The approx 45 minute lp perfect length he argues. The longer CD is just too long. Another aspect of the lp lost in the CD and streaming age is that artists paid attention to how long each side was and which songs would be on which side, kinda like acts in a play. I think I agree. And this is another reason why I am not too enamored with vinyl records Not specifically made for vinyl, like the Epic by Kamasi Washington. So, I don't want to have a digital vs. analog discussion here. I want to know which artists/labels are making albums designed to be lps. Newvelle Records does this. Who is making vinyl records as an art form itself?