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90s Vinyl Prices

Discussion in 'music' started by deebster, Jun 23, 2019.

  1. deebster

    deebster pfm Member

    Not a bad investment eh.

    Be Here Now is close to 3 figures. Can't have played mine more than 2 or 3 times.

    Sorry about posting in the wrong forum.
  2. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    I only have the 1st two Oasis albums on vinyl, I realised they were shit by then
    crimsondonkey and kendo like this.
  3. joe9407

    joe9407 actress/activist

    not bad at all, man! i'll pick up a copy of A Different Class at some point -- fab record and another one that really takes me back.

    OK Computer is an album i've always admired more than loved. i do, however, have an original 2x10'' copy of Kid A that gets some spins now and then.

    this thread encouraged me to find our old copy of Wild Mood Swings, which appears basically unplayed. threw it on the LP12 and it sounds great!
  4. tobermory

    tobermory Active Member

    I have duplicates of a few Sarah singles, what are you after?
  5. deebster

    deebster pfm Member

    Not after any, just seeing what my stuff might be worth
  6. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    I also have The Kid A vinyl 10", barely played it, it's an OK record but is a faff to listen to at circa 10 mins per side. I love OK Computer but it isn't as accessible as The Bends. I also have the Portishead 'Live in NYC' on vinyl which I've never seen listed, probably not worth as much as I think.
  7. deebster

    deebster pfm Member

  8. Colonel_Mad

    Colonel_Mad pfm Member

    The highest priced LP I have according to discogs is Familiar to Millions, the triple Oasis live in concert. Goes for about £200 average and up to £350. The disc edges are sharp as razor blades and had cut through two of the inners when I first opened it unfortunately. Other than that it's perfect condition, largely because it's not very good and also because it's a right pain in the arse to listen to as you have to change sides every 10 minutes.
  9. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

  10. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    Always worth searching on PopSike.com which is a record of eBay sales. Discogs is useful, but usually the first handful on the list appear so damaged or incomplete you’d likely leave them in a £1 bin.

    The condition most of us are talking about here is M/M by any normal definition, e.g. stuff like the Doves, Pulp, BOC, Leftfield etc I refer to above was opened, cleaned on a £1k VPI wet vac cleaner, placed into Nagaoka inners and poly outers and only ever played a few times with a >£500 cartridge! They are arguably better than sealed NOS as the vinyl hasn’t sat in hard card inners for decades.
  11. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    George Michael - 'Older' 1996 is a good example.

    Looking at about £500 minimum for a reasonable copy. I believe copies go for in excess of £1000

    I have been waiting for a reissue for decades
  12. Joe

    Joe pfm Member



  13. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    The great thing is it proves the maxim of buy what you like, you may get lucky.
  14. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    Interesting site that, I have three Doves albums on vinyl, they are all worth a fair bit. Surprised how much original OK Computer go for.
  15. springer

    springer pfm Member

    Never mind the 90s, I sold a Human League album (Credo, 2011) for £400 a couple of weeks back. Spent the lot on more rekkids.
  16. springer

    springer pfm Member

    The OCS B-sides comp also fetches daft money.
  17. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    Tempted to flog Moseley Shoals as I'm not that bothered by it.
  18. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    Hard to believe that so few people bought it first time round;). The devut & only album by Sunhouse - Crazy on a Weekend is only going to go up I think after Gavin Clarke succumbed to his habits last year.
  19. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Mine is mint, same as a Be Here Now. Can't remember listening to either from new to be honest.
  20. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    I had the CD, didn't realise there was a vinyl copy. Oh well. Played that CD to death when it came out.

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