Universal Music Group is set to release a 20th anniversary vinyl edition of the motion picture soundtrack to the 1995 Alicia Silverstone comedy Clueless. This is a pretty strange move aesthetically given that in the mid-90s Beverly Hills world that Clueless inhabits, there isn’t even a memory of vinyl as a viable music format (“I can’t find my Cranberries CD. I gotta go to the quad before somebody snags it.”). The tracklisting of the soundtrack reads like a who’s who of the bloated $22 compact disc era, featuring Radiohead, The Counting Crows, The Beastie Boys and… Coolio. So, then why in music's digital age is a soundtrack of a film from the CD age getting a vinyl reissue? The answer is fairly simple: People will buy it.