The 10 Most Expensive Records of 2014…

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Vinyl sales are up 47.5 percent in 2014, which means that the re-sale of vinyl is more popular than ever.

The Vinyl Factory has posted a list of the 10 most expensive records sold on Discogs in the first half of 2014.  The biggest surprise? Nine of them sold for $1875.

1. Coil – Gold Is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders) (1987), $1,889

2. Bernard – Lialeh (1974), $1,875

2. Necros – Sex Drive (1981), $1,875

2. Mammut – Mammut (1971), $1,875

2. Dr. Z – Three Parts to My Soul (1971), $1,875

2. Nicholas Greenwood – Cold Cuts (1972), $1,875

2. Lee More – Free and Easy (1981), $1,875

2.Vicious Visions – I Beat You / No No’s (1983), $1,875

2. Old Man & The Sea – The Old Man & The Sea (1972), $1,875

2. Various – Sonatas for Violins (1964), $1,875

 

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2 Responses

  1. "Digital" Music News?

    reporting about vinyl auction sales because this is “digital music news”… ok, I get it…

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