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Old 04-22-2009, 08:07 PM   #41
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I have a mint copy of The Cadillacs "Gloria" on the original Josie label. It usually lists north of $350. I just saw an auction where it went for $450. I have a Kansas City Kitty and Georgia Tom that's pretty rare. I also have a excellent copy of "Black Snake Moan" by Blind Lemon Jefferson as well as a few 78's on the short lived Black Swan label.

I bought every Beatles album through Abbey Road on or near the day they were released. They're all in EX+ to NM condition. Unfortunately, no butcher cover.

My mono "James Brown at the Apollo" is worth some change, along with my signed copy of Rufus Thomas' "Walking the Dog" LP.

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Old 04-22-2009, 08:14 PM   #42
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I have a mint copy of The Cadillacs "Gloria" on the original Josie label. It usually lists north of $350. I just saw an auction where it went for $450. I have a Kansas City Kitty and Georgia Tom that's pretty rare. I also have a excellent copy of "Black Snake Moan" by Blind Lemon Jefferson as well as a few 78's on the short lived Black Swan label.

I bought every Beatles album through Abbey Road on or near the day they were released. They're all in EX+ to NM condition. Unfortunately, no butcher cover.

My mono "James Brown at the Apollo" is worth some change, along with my signed copy of Rufus Thomas' "Walking the Dog" LP.

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That's some nice stuff you have in your collection.

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Old 02-09-2010, 08:48 PM   #43
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I'd say my entire Boards of Canada collection, since most of it is out of print. I have

Hi Scores EP
Twoism
Geogaddi
The Campfire Headpahse
Trans Canada Highway


Last time I was on ebay, saw a copy of Campfire Headphase going for $75+, luckily it only cost me $17 at a local record shop
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Old 02-09-2010, 11:14 PM   #44
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German double disk pressing of Deftones White Pony, 150 bucks. After that probably my Mastodon box set, 9 LP's 300 bucks. I also have a Pantera Far Beyond Driven double disk I paid a nice price for. My next purchase is an In Flames Clayman picture disk, 125.00.
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Old 02-12-2010, 03:15 PM   #45
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So far so good only 4.- Euro for Jean Michel Jarre - Magnetic Fields
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Old 02-13-2010, 04:22 PM   #46
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A legit printing of Tool - Ænima

Bootlegs have dropped the price of this, but I'm still glad I picked it up when it was released.
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Old 02-17-2010, 07:28 PM   #47
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Converge - Jane Doe
Usually goes for around $100. At least until it gets repressed.

Neurosis- Through Silver in Blood original pressing.
Around $90. It got repressed so I doubt it goes for that much anymore.
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Old 02-23-2010, 02:00 PM   #48
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I've sold most of my expensive records. Probably the most valuable record I have now is a mint copy of Bad Religion's "Into The Unknown".
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:39 AM   #49
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I own upwards of 30 early 'Razormaid!' releases, all of them from the Class-X, Chapter, How Slow Can You Go, Gridlock, Seismic Sound and Anniversary series. Most of them go for $100 or more commonly.

I also have 2 copies of the very limited (to 200) 'Nick Heyward - Tell Me Why (Extended)' white-label release. I've seen them go for as much as $500, but finding one to rate current value against is impossible. I haven't actually seen one sell in almost 15 years. I have numbers 7 and 112 of only 200 pressed.

I have found it on discogs previously, but I have never seen one there for sale. In fact, I've never seen one for sale online anywhere...

I would guess that this release is easily worth $500 minimum, but I have no way to quantify that. My value is rated on the limited number of copies I have seen with my own eyes over the last 20 years and how much they were selling/sold for.

I know I wouldn't sell mine for less than that, because the chances of acquiring another one is practically non-existent.

Shit, you can't even find MP3s of the songs on that vinyl for download anywhere....I know, I've tried.
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Old 03-10-2010, 04:57 PM   #50
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I don't know about value, but I do own some rare LPs.
  • Almost all the LPs of Demis Roussos (1970's). Does anybody on this site know him?
  • Almost all the LPs of Julio Iglesias (1970's & early 1980's)
  • 3 LPs of Jean Michel Jarre (1976, 1978, and 1981)
  • 2 LPs of Charles Aznavour (1977 and 1978)
  • LP of Dark Side of the Moon (original 1973-74) release
  • LP of The Moody Blues: On the Threshold of a Dream (1969)
  • Lp of The Moody Blues: Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (original release)
  • LP of Engelbert Humperdinck: Golden Love Songs (1977)
  • LP of Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell (1977)
  • LP of Elton John: Rock of the Westies (1975)
  • LP of Joan Baez/5 (original release)
  • The 2 LP Soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • The LP Soundtrack of Doctor Zhivago (1966-67)
  • The LP Soundtrack of The Godfather (1972)
I have copy of Elton John's "Rock of the Westies" signed by EJ (with COA) himself!
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Old 03-26-2010, 02:39 AM   #51
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My The Mars Volta collection is pretty valuble. Have 2 copies of each 1 opened and 1 sealed.

Tremulant EP - $50+
Deloused in the Comatorium - $300+
Live at the Electric Ballroom [import] - $100+
Frances the Mute - $100+
Amputechture - $50+
The Bedlam in Goliath - $50

Also have a lot of rare 70's thru 80's punk on vinyl.
Dead Kennedys, Crass, The Adicts, Misfits, etc etc

Have a few pretty pricey Iron Maiden vinyls as well.
The Trooper - $150+
Killers - $100+
Rock in Rio [import] - $100+
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Old 04-05-2010, 03:11 PM   #52
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I have a fair sampling of Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Original Master Recordings and some Direct-to-Disc titles (all only played once to record), but my most valuable would be my three MFSL Ultra-High Quality Recordings (see my HT gallery). A record dealer in San Diego offered me $1000 for my Dark Side of the Moon UHQR (I have seen them go for $1600 unopened), and $600 for Sgt Pepper. The disc I would most like to have again, but haven't seen anywhere for many years is the Dave Brubeck direct-to-disc album he recorded with his sons as the band members. THAT was a hi-fi recording!
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Old 04-05-2010, 05:36 PM   #53
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I have a fair sampling of Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Original Master Recordings and some Direct-to-Disc titles (all only played once to record), but my most valuable would be my three MFSL Ultra-High Quality Recordings (see my HT gallery). A record dealer in San Diego offered me $1000 for my Dark Side of the Moon UHQR (I have seen them go for $1600 unopened), and $600 for Sgt Pepper. The disc I would most like to have again, but haven't seen anywhere for many years is the Dave Brubeck direct-to-disc album he recorded with his sons as the band members. THAT was a hi-fi recording!
I sure wish I grabbed a copy of the UHQR DSOTM when it first came out. Alas, I was just getting into vinyl then, and didn't see the added value. A couple of years later, the best I could do was buy a slightly used Original Master Recorder version. Oh well...

When I was working (a couple of years ago), a came "this close" to buying one of those $1000+ sealed DSOTMs. Sanity prevailed!
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I sure wish I grabbed a copy of the UHQR DSOTM when it first came out. Alas, I was just getting into vinyl then, and didn't see the added value. A couple of years later, the best I could do was buy a slightly used Original Master Recorder version. Oh well...

When I was working (a couple of years ago), a came "this close" to buying one of those $1000+ sealed DSOTMs. Sanity prevailed!
I was lucky because I knew a salesman that would hold back UHQR's for me when they arrived at his store, otherwise I never would have been able to obtain them. As for sound quality, I would venture to say that they fulfill all expectations. They sound better than the "normal" Original Master Recordings, and short of having the original studio tapes, I can't imagine a better sounding version.
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Old 04-05-2010, 10:52 PM   #55
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I was lucky because I knew a salesman that would hold back UHQR's for me when they arrived at his store, otherwise I never would have been able to obtain them. As for sound quality, I would venture to say that they fulfill all expectations. They sound better than the "normal" Original Master Recordings, and short of having the original studio tapes, I can't imagine a better sounding version.
Just listening to the MoFi recording of John Lennon-Plastic Ono Band ( his first solo album after the breakup) and I must say it is sublime. This has seen many spins on my TT and it is holding it's quality and reproduction extremely well. Just thought I would pass that on.

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I was lucky because I knew a salesman that would hold back UHQR's for me when they arrived at his store, otherwise I never would have been able to obtain them. As for sound quality, I would venture to say that they fulfill all expectations. They sound better than the "normal" Original Master Recordings, and short of having the original studio tapes, I can't imagine a better sounding version.
Lucky indeed! I do own one UHQR record: Holst's The Planets. Very good it is!
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Lucky indeed! I do own one UHQR record: Holst's The Planets. Very good it is!
MFSL definitely packaged these things right, with the cardboard box, cushioning material, stiff cardboard sleeve (with hand-written numbering) and rice paper inner sleeve. I still get a kick out of the "Technical Specification Manual" that comes with it. You actually felt like you were getting your $50 worth!
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Old 04-09-2010, 12:27 AM   #58
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I own the Metallica Limited Ed box set (numbered to 5000). It has 180g spread to 2 discs each of Kill Em All, Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets, Justice for All, $5.98 Garage Days and the Creeping Death picture discs.
http://www.amazon.com/Vinyl-Box-Meta...0769049&sr=8-2

Also own Pink Floyd limited blue vinyl of Division Bell.
http://www.amazon.com/Division-Bell-.../dp/B000LXC1SA
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-my UK track electric ladyland is worth about 200$
-i paid 100$ for my uk 1st press of "the wall" though i may of got ripped of a bit on this one :P
-my uk 2nd press mono revolver i got for 90$
-got a 1st press uk mono saucerful of secrets..thats worth about 100$
-also some pink floyd bootlegs..worth 200 and maybe 250..

damn.. i thought i had more..guess not :P
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