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Whats your most valuable LP ?

Discussion in 'music' started by AudioAl, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Stunsworth

    Stunsworth pfm Member

    I bought my copy of Bollocks when it was released. The local record shop I bought it from sold me a French copy of the LP which had a song missing. I later found out that there should have been a one sided single containing the missing song in the LP sleeve. It wasn’t there and I’ve often wondered if the shop kept it as a possible collectors’ item.
  2. andrew d

    andrew d pfm Member

    My copy of NMTB came with a one sided Submission 7 inch singe. Don't think they are worth much.
  3. Stunsworth

    Stunsworth pfm Member

    Yes, that’s the missing track.
  4. merlin

    merlin Avatar changed - Town names deemed offensive.

    I had it on EMI. No idea where it is.
  5. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Yeah that's correct.
  6. peelaaa

    peelaaa pfm Member

    Richard Hawley - Coles Corner

    Think I paid £15 when it was released, now crazy money
  7. Chas B

    Chas B pfm Member

    Don't even want to know what it's worth now but I had Def Leppards 'Getcha Rocks Off' on the Bludgeon Riffola label. It mysteriously went missing, with hindsight I realise my ( now ex) wife probably sold it to pay for her alcohol addiction...:eek:
  8. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Plus hardly anyone was into them at the time so a lot of thier records were scrapped which is why some of thier surf is so rare.
  9. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    That has to be wrong. The first three singles all sold shed loads even if GSTQ was banned so denied an official chart position (would have been #1 as I understand it). NMTB was repressed many, many times and was up to a -9 or 10 matrix before Virgin even changed from the white-blue gradient Virgin label (about ‘78-79 IIRC) and it has existed on every later Virgin label design as far as I know. The 11 track first press is rare though.
  10. davem

    davem pfm Member

    Original US and UK pressings of Van Morrison's 'Blowin' in the Wind.'
  11. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    God Save The Queen "officially" got to number 2 and was selling up to 150,000 copies a day.
  12. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Blowin' Your Mind, yeah?
  13. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    Blowin' Your Mind! on the front cover and Blowin' Your Mind on the back.
    I have the US first pressing. Only $25-$30 on Discogs.
  14. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Aye but I mean right at the start Tony even before they told Russel Harty to f u ck off, I mean they were shite then and couldn't play a note:D
  15. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Seriously? Had no idea they were that popular, I was into Bob Marley and seventies soul at the time, hated punk with the exception of Peaches (Stranglers) and Debbie Harry. Later on I got into Talking Heads big time so much so that I can't listen to any of their albums now, same with Marley.
  16. paulfromcamden

    paulfromcamden Baffled

    I never bought into this - on early bootlegs like Indecent Exposure (Sept 76) they just sound like a really tight and together rock & roll band.
  17. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    Agreed. Vicious couldn’t really play, but he wasn’t on any of the good records. The rest, as was so often the case with punk, were really good musos. Malcolm McLaren liked a good story...
  18. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Can you hear Talvin Singh?

    The Sex Pistols play the Beach Boys' Greatest Hits?
  19. lsinclair

    lsinclair file under 'curmudgeonly'

    I think you are getting mixed up between... oh, never mind.
  20. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Can you hear Talvin Singh?

    It was Bill Grundy rather than Russell Harty that the Pistols swore at. Harty was the one who got slapped by Grace Jones.

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