Sex Pistols God Save The Queen

Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen sells for $14,690

A copy of the Sex Pistols’ unreleased God Save The Queen A&M 7-inch has sold for $14,690 on Discogs, making it comfortably November 2017’s most expensive sale and coming close to eclipsing the record for the most expensive item ever sold on the site. A mere 25,000 copies of God Save The Queen were pressed before A&M’s Herb Alpert reportedly destroyed the Sex Pistols’ recording … Continue reading Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen sells for $14,690

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Discogs reveals most collected releases of 2017 by genre

Discogs, the world’s largest database of physical music, has revealed the most collected releases of 2017 on vinyl by genre. Internationally, Queens Of The Stone Age’s Villains, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. and Gorillaz’s Humanz are amongst collectors’ top buys, while punk-metal band Converge landed three entries in the hardcore category. Discogs has a catalogue of more than 9,250,000 recordings and 5,000,000 artists, making it the largest physical music database in the world with more … Continue reading Discogs reveals most collected releases of 2017 by genre

New record for most expensive 7-inch set by The Beatles' Love Me Do

A demo copy of The Beatles’ 1962 single Love Me Do has broken the record for the most expensive 7-inch ever sold.  The Fab Four’s first demonstration single for Parlophone has been officially confirmed as selling through Discogs for $14,757 (£11,250), breaking the previously held Discogs sales record for a 7″ single. Released on October 5, 1962, it was one of only 250 copies issued … Continue reading New record for most expensive 7-inch set by The Beatles' Love Me Do