Discogs Users Drop Over $67ok USD On 30 Releases in August
An extremely uncommon urgent Pink Floyd’s Ummagumma has bought for almost $14ok at Discogs. The 2xLP Red Color Variant Japanese Promo copy was the Most Expensive Item Sold in August 2018 on the world’s largest music database, promoting for $13,953 USD.
The Ummagumma white label, pink vinyl variant promo is ultra-rare amongst Pink Floyd releases, because the pink variant was used just for promo whereas the black coloration variant was inventory. This is opposite to typical releases on the time, the place black vinyl was used for each promo and inventory.
“Given that it’s Floyd, I’d assume not many promo copies had been made, given the dearth precise effort wanted to market it,” states Discogs’ Discography Specialist Brent Greissle. “I’d additionally assume that radio stations would have performed their copies to dying, so good, clear copies can be hyper-rare.”
Other notable objects that bought from August embody, Davie Jones With The King Bees’ 1964 UK 7” Liza Jane bought for $three,947 USD and a 1979 US 7″ from Opus entitled The Atrocity/Good Procedures sells for $three,947 USD. Discogs customers dropped over $67ok USD throughout 30 releases in August’s Most Expensive Items Sold.
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