(Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images) Are you a proud owner of an impressive record collection? Have that one special record you think is worth a lot? An extensive record collection is the coolest type of collection you can own. Maybe you have a record in your attic worth thousands and you don’t even know it yet. Here are of some of the rarest rock records out there, so next time you are at a garage sale might you discover a real treasure while browsing through someone’s old vinyl.
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The Cure – 10:15 Saturday Night / Foxy Lady ($1,000-$2,000) “10:15 Saturday Night” is the b-side to The Cure’s first single, “Killing an Arab”, but was also released in France as a single in 1979.The French b-side to it is “Accurate.” However, about 50-100 promotional records were pressed with “Foxy Lady,” cover of the Hendrix classic, as the b-side. Which version do you like better, Jimi or The Cure? George Harrison – Love Comes to Everyone / Soft Touch Alt. Sleeve ($5,000) An alternative picture sleeve in the record was circulated in the United States, but only for a very short time before it was discontinued. This is the most collectible piece from George’s solo career. Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin Alt. Cover ($5,000-$7,500) If you have the words Led Zeppelin in turquoise on the upper-left of the cover of their debut album, you are a lucky person.
These are extremely rare and frequently auction for over 5,000 dollars. I prefer the turquoise lettering over the original, very underrated color. The Misfits – Horror Business Black Vinyl Edition ($2,500 -$10,000) Maybe your husband or wife has hid their punk rock days from you, and somewhere in your house is the first pressing of “Horror Business.” They pressed the first 25 copies on black vinyl and the rest on yellow. The skeleton on the cover served as the bands’ logo for the rest of their career.
Listen to the single below. David Bowie – Diamond Dogs Alt.
Cover ($2,500-$7,500) The front cover of “diamond dogs” features Mr. Bowie as a half dog-half human, but the reserve gatefold is what created some controversy.
RCA pulled this because it contained dog “family jewels.” Few copies got out, and most have them airbrushed out. If you find an intact copy, expect it to be worth around $7,500. Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan Withdrawn Version ($20,000-$30,000) 4 tracks were officially taken off of Bob’s 2nd album. However, a few were printed with the 4 songs on the record. If you’re not the biggest Bob Dylan fan, and you somehow have this rarity, you just got yourself a new car. Pink Floyd – The Wall Orange Vinyl Version ($1,500 – $3,000) There are reportedly only 800 copies of this 1979 masterpiece pressed on orange, translucent vinyl. If you want to out do your neighbor’s man cave, just find one of these and frame it.
Listen to “Comfortably Numb” below. The White Stripes – Lafayette Blues / Sugar Never Tasted So Good White Vinyl Edition ($5,000-$15,000) Apparently, there is an issue of this single that printed 15 copies with hand painted covers. They were sold at White Stripes’ show in 1998, and were pressed on white vinyl. I personally would keep this forever because of the hand painted covers. Bc C128 Hd Wide Font. Would boost my culture level times infinity. The Sex Pistols – God Save the Queen A&M Records Version ($20,000) The Sex Pistols only lasted one week with A&M Records, after signing with them in 1977. They were fired for their absurd behavior, but during that week they recorded “God Save the Queen.” In 1998, these mint-conditioned singles were given to top A&M executives when their office closed up shop.
The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers Mono Version with orange sticker ($2,000-$4,000) Mono versions were created for the promotional issue for this album, and if there’s a red sticker that reads “dj copy monaural”, it is very valuable. Check out “Dead Flowers” below. The Smiths – Hand in Glove / Handsome Devil Negative Sleeve ($1,500-$3,000) Apparently, only 25 copies with a negative image on the sleeve actually exist.