The return of the vinyl record with great fanfare is no longer to be demonstrated or proved. The record is now an indisputable part of the audio landscape. Indeed, it had spent years in the sahdow, but did it really disappear in recent years? Not really! In any case, even if the record cut itself down to size, the tv commercials did not hesitate to use it to sell products other than vinyl in itself. We selected for you in this article the second part of these ads that are using vinyl records as a way to sell anything!
It’s time for a second world tour of the most fun and offbeat ads featuring the vinyl record!
A male version of Flashdance
Carlton: Flashbeer, Australia, 2001
Thanks to whom the scratch?
Heineken: Scratch, USA, 2001
What about pissing off your neighbours
Vattenfall: Electricity for neighbours, Sweden, 2001
The pain in the ass
Darty: L’emmerdeur (the pain in the ass), France
Pepsi: Scratching, USA, 2001
Fnac: Sophie, France
It’s raining records
Xm: Dropping Vinyl, USA, 2002
Yellowglen: Welcome to the House of Sparkling, Australia, 2013
To keep partying, it’s time to skip the track
Action Victimes et Citoyens: La Même Chanson (the same song), France, 2014
An app story
Google: Extensions, USA, 2010
Un parfum dans l’air
Nina Ricci: L’Air, France, 2011
Ikea: Cusine mix, France, 2011
Party at home
Cravendale: Last Glass, UK, 2007