Just over a month ago we shared the news that vinyl sales in the UK were well on track to surpass a million for 2014. Well, it's happened. One million vinyls have been sold. Hurrah and huzzah.

This hasn't happened since 1996. Popularity of vinyl has grown exponentially over the last few years, an industry that's now worth around £20 million a year, according to Martin Talbot, head of the UK's Official Chart Company.

"In an era when we're all talking about digital music, the fact that these beautiful physical artefacts are still as popular as they are is fantastic," he said. "Only five years ago this business was worth around £3m a year. This year it's going to be worth £20m."

As such, there will be an official UK vinyl chart launching courtesy of the Official Charts Company. But it looks they've already been measuring it. Some of the biggest selling vinyl albums of this year were AM by Arctic Monkeys (1), though actually released in 2013, followed by Jack White's Lazaretto (2), with The Endless River by Pink Floyd at number 3, whose The Dark Side Of The Moon also charted (7), ahead of the first three Led Zeppelin albums.

Full chart here!