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    how rare is this release? I've seen it a few times up on eBay but have never managed to secure a copy, until today. I stopped by Hymies and found a copy still sealed and never played for $15--i'm assuming I got a great deal eh? does anyone know the true value of this particular item? i'm just curious.

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    Not quite sure to be honest. Seems to float around the £30 mark I think.
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    • #3
      hard to find. 15 bucks is a good deal. sermad&#39;s right - it&#39;s always around 30-35 GBP in the UK. good record in places too.
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      • #4
        thanks. I was pretty shocked when I found it, lucky for me the girl behind the counter had no idea it was worth more than &#036;15.

        the true question would be, do I dare open it or do I act like a total record collector geek and keep it sealed?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (mech1 @ June 19 2004,14:18)]thanks. I was pretty shocked when I found it, lucky for me the girl behind the counter had no idea it was worth more than &#036;15.

          the true question would be, do I dare open it or do I act like a total record collector geek and keep it sealed?
          Oh come on, we&#39;ve all seen this discussion a thousand times...

          The general consensus is usually: OPEN IT DAMN YOU&#33; I think.

          Otherwise, you might as well start a stamp collection instead. Takes up less space in your room.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (formigo @ June 19 2004,21:32)]The general consensus is usually: OPEN IT DAMN YOU&#33; I think.

            Otherwise, you might as well start a stamp collection instead. Takes up less space in your room.
            I know, i&#39;m just being a complete dork about it. I almost never find stuff like this in mint condition, let alone sealed. i&#39;m thinking if I open it it&#39;ll lose its value but then again, what&#39;s the point of keeping it sealed? I still haven&#39;t opened my copy of the Barry Gray-UFO soundtrack yet---how sad is that?

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            • #7
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              • #8
                Nah, don&#39;t touch it. Ask someone if they can burn you a CD of it and - &#39;hey presto&#33;&#39; - best of both worlds.

                You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                • #9
                  Or you might keep it sealed for the next ten years only to find it&#39;s got the wrong record in it, has been totally warped by the shrink wrap or is completely covered in mould because it was damp when it was originally sealed. What a nice thought, your own little eco-system breeding away in there.

                  Go on, open it - listen for the satisfying &quot;swoosh&quot; of original 60s vintage air and dodge those spores&#33;&#33;&#33; And when it comes to selling it, you can describe it as &quot;still in original shrink&quot; ...
                  There MUST be a Hymns-A-Swingin' in this box...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Mr Divine @ June 20 2004,15:44)]And when it comes to selling it, you can describe it as &quot;still in original shrink&quot; ...  
                    or opened to check condition

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