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    Posted: May 04 2020 at 11:41
^ Yeah, I bought it from the band, not from the label, so I easily got a refund. It ended up on my Bandcamp collection for free as a consolation though, and I certainly heard the lossless files way more than that debut LP.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Catcher10 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 04 2020 at 11:15
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Had a look on Discogs, apparently this is the most expensive record in my collection. It starts at 65€.

Their second album is way rarer but I don't have it and no one is selling it. There was a great problem with the label on that one, they failed with the distribution and the bands royalties. No one knows how many copies were made. The band got hold of 30 copies and they sold out in less than an hour. I had pre-ordered it but didn't get it in the end Ouch
Did u get your money back on the pre-order?
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Had a look on Discogs, apparently this is the most expensive record in my collection. It starts at 65€.

Their second album is way rarer but I don't have it and no one is selling it. There was a great problem with the label on that one, they failed with the distribution and the bands royalties. No one knows how many copies were made. The band got hold of 30 copies and they sold out in less than an hour. I had pre-ordered it but didn't get it in the end Ouch
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I have that Pan album, an unofficial vinyl reissue sent to me by David (Guldbamsen) a few years ago. It's nice but never struck me as Prog.
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Originally posted by dougmcauliffe dougmcauliffe wrote:

I think I paid 40$ for A Drop Of Light by All Traps On Earth. Judging on the price of some of those Anglagard records now, I might have made a good investment no plans on selling that one any time soon though
Nice! Yea I don't sell my vinyl just because it dbl in value......Records are my way to enjoy music at a higher level, I get a lot of enjoyment when sitting down spinning records, takes me away.
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Originally posted by The Anders The Anders wrote:

Btw. it puzzles me that Pan aren't on Progarchives. I clearly hear it as progressive rock.
It's listed as prog on Discogs.......You can make the suggestion to add them, post some links to the music like YT videos and give a description. They only released one album right?
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Btw. it puzzles me that Pan aren't on Progarchives. I clearly hear it as progressive rock.
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I think I paid 40$ for A Drop Of Light by All Traps On Earth. Judging on the price of some of those Anglagard records now, I might have made a good investment no plans on selling that one any time soon though
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The Anders Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 04 2020 at 05:52
Originally posted by Catcher10 Catcher10 wrote:

Originally posted by The Anders The Anders wrote:

The most expensive vinyl I own is probably the eponymous (and only) album by the early 70's Danish band Pan (with the French singer Robert Lelièvre). It cost me DKK 1500 (218,73 US dolllars).
Is it this version on Discogs?


Yes, it's that one.
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I think the most I paid for a single used album was Porcupine Tree~Signify original press on the Delerium Records label 1996. Paid $65 for it about 4yrs ago, it is NM condition both record and sleeve, its also a PORKY PRIME CUT. At the time I knew Discogs had a $80 value on it.
Valued at around $125 now.

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Originally posted by dougmcauliffe dougmcauliffe wrote:

I sure hope that comma is supposed to be a decimal point.
It is LOL....Many countries use commas. His buy price makes sense if it is an original pressing from 1970 Denmark issue. 
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I sure hope that comma is supposed to be a decimal point.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Catcher10 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 03 2020 at 21:05
Originally posted by The Anders The Anders wrote:

The most expensive vinyl I own is probably the eponymous (and only) album by the early 70's Danish band Pan (with the French singer Robert Lelièvre). It cost me DKK 1500 (218,73 US dolllars).
Is it this version on Discogs?
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Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

^I'm well versed, but thanks for pointing that out. You'd be surprised how long I've spent staring through a magnifying glass trying to read that..Is that a 3 or an 8, no wait it's a B...or maybe the engineers initials??? Wacko
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The most expensive vinyl I own is probably the eponymous (and only) album by the early 70's Danish band Pan (with the French singer Robert Lelièvre). It cost me DKK 1500 (218,73 US dolllars).
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^I'm well versed, but thanks for pointing that out. You'd be surprised how long I've spent staring through a magnifying glass trying to read that..Is that a 3 or an 8, no wait it's a B...or maybe the engineers initials??? Wacko
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Catcher10 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 29 2020 at 22:19
Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

I am curious about what high value albums people here have in their collection.
About a month ago I finally went on Discogs site and filled in my spreadsheet with Release/Cat # info as well as approximated value based on what I could see.

This is my most valuable apparently. Around $300 US I believe. I consider it Mint because only the first LP has been played and only once on each side.
What are yours??



Nice JD! Be very careful with Discogs and your catalog you need to make sure the one you are adding to your collection is the one you have. The big issue is the stampers for example -1A/-1B, the mastering engineer etching, pressing plant ID, country of origin...so on. It can be daunting to match your version to one in a list on Discogs, which of course will affect its value.

For me my Riverside albums SLS, REM and ADHD run from $150 to $300 (all these bought for $30ea). My Mofi Santana Abraxas runs about $270 ($40), Porcupine Tree Anesthetize I was offered $350 ($120).....Some of my crazy ones you would not think of: IQ RoB runs $230 ($50), LTE II $200 ($30), Haken Mountain $120 ($25), CAN Soundtracks $100 ($15)....I have many more.

A few CDs that again for some reason have a high value: Eric Clapton 4CD Boxset Crossroads $325 ($30), Styx Paradise Theater $80 ($15). I bought both of these on initial release dates, the Styx CD is a Japan mfg/print and that is the reason.
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My 'friend' is holding a n original copy of Amon Duul 2.. Lemmings for me...at least that's what he said.
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Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

Picked these up about two weeks ago at a local Antique Store. the owner had gotten his hand on a collection and this was part of the last batch he got. Both 1st edition releases and in VG++ to NM condition. I talked him down to around $20 CND ea. as I bought about 10 titles from him on this visit. I think I bought a total of 30-40 LP's from this collection overall.




2 of my favorites lp's of all time....bought them when they came out..heh I'm old ,,,but you can find them in  antique shops sometimes..
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