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  • Discogs Top 100 - Most Expensive Records

    Just for fun ...

    the most I've ever paid for a record is about 35 quid ...

    50 Merzbow CD set anyone?

    4 grand for a 12" ... be my guest ...

    1) $4143 Mistafide - Equidity Funk (12")
    2) $2000 Mütiilation - Vampires Of Black Imperial Blood (2xLP, Ltd)
    3) $1250 Concept Of AL.P.S., The* - Unknown (12", EP)
    4) $1200 Ryvon D.J.* - I'm Gonna Dance (Take Me Tonight) (12")
    5) $1200 Weldon Irvine - Time Capsule (LP)
    6) $1125 Keefy Keef - Cause I'm Keefy Keef (12")
    7) $1051 Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Exposition Internationale - Arts Et Techniques - Paris 1937 (Box, Ltd + 7", Blu + 2xCDr)
    8) $1000 La Paris - One Night Lover (12")
    9) $999 Cobra MCees - The M-Go / Blow This Town (12")
    10) $982 La Monte Young - The Well-Tuned Piano 81 X 25 6:17:50 - 11:18:59 PM NYC (5xLP + Box)
    11) $950 California (2) - Volerei (12", Maxi)
    12) $885 Throbbing Gristle - Live From The Death Factory (LP, Pic)
    13) $851 Phase N' Rhythm - Brainfood / Hyperactive (12")
    14) $833 Various - Back To The Lab (LP)
    15) $831 Jennifer Warnes - The Hunter (LP)
    16) $831 Genocide Organ - Klan Kountry (7", Ltd, Spe)
    17) $826 Clarence* - Hyperspace Sound Lab (12")
    18) $814 Bill Brandon / Lorraine Johnson - We Fell In Love While Dancing / The More I Get, The More I Want (12", Promo)
    19) $799 Pet Shop Boys - Yes (11x12" + Box, Ltd)
    20) $796 Throbbing Gristle - Desertshore Installation (12xCDr, Ltd)
    21) $754 Genocide Organ - Leichenlinie (LP, Album, Ltd, Han)
    22) $750 Mystie - Have I Lost You? / Chains Of Passion / Deception (12")
    23) $740 Boards Of Canada - Twoism (LP)
    24) $733 Various - Equinox Chapter One (12")
    25) $712 Cloud One Featuring Margo Williams - Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By (12")
    26) $699 Intergalactic Orchestra, The - Super Nova (LP)
    27) $697 Death In June / Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Östenbräun (LP + 7" + , Ltd, Bla)
    28) $691 Tool (2) - Selections From Ænima (12", Pic, Promo)
    29) $685 Stella Steevens - Butterfly (12")
    30) $667 M.C. Price & D.J. Trouble* - My Life Story / The Price Is Right (12", Single)
    31) $667 Concept Of Alps, The - Intensity (12", Blu)
    32) $666 Proiekt Hat - Resolution 3379 (5xLP + 12" + Cass + VHS + Box)
    33) $663 Kluster (3) - 1969-1972 (6xLP, Album + Box, Ltd)
    34) $661 Pierce Brothers (2) / Starbirth - Party Person / Jammin (12")
    35) $653 Ernie Ranglin and DXJ - Phantoms Of The Bass (12")
    36) $652 Les Joyaux De La Princesse - Aux Petits Enfants De France (Cass, Ltd)
    37) $650 Sensitive (2) - Driving (12")
    38) $650 Indikator (2) - The Vision (12", EP)
    39) $650 Phill Most Chill - On Tempo Jack (12")
    40) $650 Keek & Qagee - Don't Say It Sing It (12")
    41) $642 Genocide Organ - A Case Of Ortophedic Fetishism (Acetate, 7", Single, Ltd)
    42) $641 Grand Wizard Theodore & Fantastic Romatic Five, The* - Can I Get A Soul Clapp "Fresh Out The Pack" (12")
    43) $633 Various - MASK 100 (12", Ltd)
    44) $620 Merzbow - Merzbox (50xCD + 2xCD-ROM + Box, Ltd)
    45) $620 Gatsby - Love Sign (12")
    46) $617 Various - The House Of Hits - The History Of House Music (11xCD, Comp, Ltd, P/Mixed + Box)
    47) $609 Corner 2 Corner - Anyday / Corners 2 Corporations (12")
    48) $605 Prodigy, The - Scienide (12")
    49) $600 3'Da Hard Way - A Dirty Cop Named Harry (12")
    50) $590 Various - Music (2xLP + Box)
    51) $589 Jack Sass Band* - Save My Life (12")
    52) $589 Kraftwerk - 12345678 (Box, Promo + 8xCD, Copy Prot.)
    53) $587 Coil - The Restitution Of Decayed Intelligence (Acetate, 12", Ltd)
    54) $584 Throbbing Gristle - TG24 (25xCD)
    55) $583 Jean Tinguely - Méta (7")
    56) $581 Hipnotic (2) - Are You Lonely? (12")
    57) $577 Fugatives From Hell - Biz With The Skillz (12")
    58) $575 Der Blutharsch - Der Sieg Des Lichtes Ist Des Lebens Heil! (Box, Ltd + 5x7")
    59) $560 Burzum - Hvis Lyset Tar Oss (LP, Album, Ltd)
    60) $554 James "Jack Rabbit" Martin - There Are Dreams And There Is Escape (12", Album)
    61) $553 Nurse With Wound - Flawed Existence (4xLP, Comp, Ltd + 10", Red + 5", Red + Box, Sou)
    62) $550 Dope And A Gun - Who Got The Flava? / I Get Open (12")
    63) $550 Coil - Astral Disaster (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)
    64) $547 Ruthless Rod & M.C. Dollar - Loud As A Banshee (12", EP)
    65) $540 Acen - Trip To The Moon (Omar Santana Remix) (10", Promo, Ltd, S/Sided)
    66) $538 Various - 20' To 2000 (12xMinimax, Lim + 12xCD, Ltd, Com)
    67) $533 Michael Jackson - Smile (12")
    68) $525 Brothers, The - Brothers Theme (12", Promo)
    69) $523 Various - Equinox Chapter One (12")
    70) $520 Oasis (2) - Lp Box Set (Box, Ltd + 14xLP)
    71) $520 New Sin - Black Fantasy (12")
    72) $516 André Szigethy - André Szigethy (LP, Album)
    73) $500 Coil - Absinthe Coil (CD, Ltd + Box, Ltd, Woo)
    74) $500 Da Minds Of Sol - Blinded By Da Light / Holocaust Part II (12")
    75) $500 Derrick May - In 87 (Acetate, 10")
    76) $500 Carl Craig - Untitled (Acetate, 10")
    77) $500 K-A-T-A - Fires In The Night (12", Maxi)
    78) $500 Le Cop - Le Roc / Law (12")
    79) $500 Full Body - You Got To Dance (12")
    80) $500 Scratch Zone Symphony With M.C. Clock - So Smooth (12")
    81) $500 Jackie Stoudemire - Invisible Wind (12")
    82) $499 Lord Aaqil - Check It Out (12", EP)
    83) $498 Dario Dell'Aere - Eagles In The Night (12")
    84) $497 Die Tödliche Doris - Chöre & Soli (8x4", Col + Box)
    85) $493 Grand Master Chilly-T & Stevie G (3) / Keeling Beckford Connection - Rock The Message Rap / Back To Back (12")
    86) $492 Taj-Mahal Travellers, The - July 15, 1972 (LP, Quad)
    87) $492 Phill Most Chill - The Be Intelligent E.P. (12", EP, Ltd)
    88) $491 Limit Eccitation - In The Dark (12")
    89) $491 Genocide Organ - Save Our Slaves (12" + 7" + , Ltd)
    90) $491 Ronnie Love - Let's Make Love / Nothing To It (12", Promo)
    91) $491 Jo.Boyer* - Isabelle And The Rain / Milady (12")
    92) $491 James "Jack Rabbit" Martin - Only Want To Be (12", Ltd, W/Lbl, Promo)
    93) $491 Carl Marshall & S.D.'S, The - I'll Give My Heart To You (LP)
    94) $489 Isis (6) - Shades Of The Swarm (Box, Ltd + 12xVinyl, Album, RE, RM)
    95) $485 Xymox - Subsequent Pleasures (12")
    96) $475 D.J. Baby J & E. Rock Cometh - Tales From The Lite Side (12")
    97) $474 SpeedyQ's & Armaguet Nad - Untitled (12", Ltd)
    98) $470 High Fidelity (2) - High Fidelity (LP)
    99) $469 Ash Ra Tempel - Ash Ra Tempel (LP, Album)
    100) $461 M.C. Outloud* - Clean And Sober (12")
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

  • #2
    Thats got to be this last months most expensive

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    • #3
      i havent got a single one. infact i havent even heard of most of them...
      instagram.com/vinylhoard

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      • #4
        Tödliche Doris is a weird little thing. Really tough pull and not something I expect to turn up anytime soon, especially in working order (little puppet records including a player...)
        Not that many vulture friendly records in there are there André Szigethy, Intergalactic Orchestra, Ashra Tempel, Irvine and loads of random rap. That Keefy Keef record is loadsa fun.

        Many somewhat recent releases on there too. Blutharsch eh?
        The box sets are not really that surprising. I guess they retailed for way too much originally anyway so the mark up isn't that high on a 14 LP Oasis box set for example?
        All the Wolpertingers

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        • #5
          they all look so boring to me.
          Give a man a tree, He'll take a forest!

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          • #6
            Boring? Really?
            Could think of loads more fun things to buy with that sort of money but wouldnt mind having any of these really.






            All the Wolpertingers

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            • #7
              As to the Ruthless Rod sleeve, does the left hand of the guy in the middle betray a concern for the evil eye?

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              • #8
                This can't be of all time can it? There was a feature on 6Music last week about a record selling for $10k in the past few weeks.
                http://www.djhistory.com

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                • #9
                  No, they publish a list of the highest sales that month. This is the first list they did a few years back.

                  Normally there's a few more of the obvious Mojo/Record Collector type rarities.

                  Here;s the latest list for June (for sales from April - they publish once the sales have completed)

                  https://www.discogs.com/lists/Most-e...il-2017/348304

                  That has the 10k Billy Nicholls record. Also quite a few things board members will know, e.g. Folkal Point, "I Want A Chance For Romance", "Waltz For Debby" etc (not just random rap and Wire magazine stuff like that earlier list)

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                  • #10
                    Interesting how Dicogs marketplace has changed over the years - used to only really be house and techno that sold on there. Now, house and techno are about the hardest to shift...
                    Club stuff: www.facebook.com/DivineGlasgow

                    Mixes: https://www.mixcloud.com/andrewdivine/

                    Photos: www.instagram.com/divine_glasgow/

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                    • #11
                      Nope. Don't know about House but Techno comes and goes.
                      All the Wolpertingers

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by The Divine One View Post
                        Interesting how Dicogs marketplace has changed over the years - used to only really be house and techno that sold on there. Now, house and techno are about the hardest to shift...
                        when the site started it was only for cataloguing dance music and electronic records. Any other submissions would be rejected. They allowed Hip-hop first, then soul, and then everything in about 2007

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Cacapo View Post
                          Nope. Don't know about House but Techno comes and goes.
                          Well, techno still sells - but where it used to be about 70% of orders five years back, now it's about 10% - or that's how it works out for me. Funnily enough, a fair bit of it goes to Berlin.
                          Club stuff: www.facebook.com/DivineGlasgow

                          Mixes: https://www.mixcloud.com/andrewdivine/

                          Photos: www.instagram.com/divine_glasgow/

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                          • #14
                            Yup. Local pick up mostly.
                            All the Wolpertingers

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Funktionnaire View Post
                              As to the Ruthless Rod sleeve, does the left hand of the guy in the middle betray a concern for the evil eye?
                              He's just got an itch


                              North of the River Cole

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