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10. "Melody A.M." by Röyksopp

Melody A.M.
Discogs

Price: $8,025.04

Sold: January 19, 2017

Format: 2xLP, Album

Label: Wall of Sound

"Melody A.M." is a well-known album by the Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp, but a handful of copies stand apart from the rest ⁠— and cost much more than the average record. In 2002, the duo sent 100 copies of a white label pressing of the album to street artist Banksy, and he spray painted a custom design on each cover. Two copies are still available on Discogs. 

9. "Would You Believe" by Billy Nicholls

Would You Believe
Discogs

Price: $9,851.06

Sold: April 26, 2017

Format: LP, Album

Label: Immediate Records

"Would You Believe" was recorded as a British response to the Beach Boys album "Pet Sounds," but Immediate Records ran into big financial problems just as the album was finished. With its label facing bankruptcy, "Would You Believe" was shelved and only about 100 copies were ever produced.

 

8. "Love Me Do" by The Beatles

Love Me Do
Discogs

Price: $10,472.89

Sold: March 1, 2018

Format: 7'', Single

Label: Parlophone

The original recorded copy of "Love Me Do" is a demo, according to Driver, the Discogs spokesman, and only 250 of this particular copy were released. Why? Paul McCartney's name is misspelled as "McArtney" in the writing credits. 

"That spelling error bumps the value up even further," Driver said.

7. "Ummagumma" by Pink Floyd

Ummagumma
Discogs

Price: $13,845,84

Sold: August 16, 2018

Format: 2xLP, Album

Label: Odeon Records

This particular copy of "Ummagumma" was printed as a promo with white labels and red vinyl. The red vinyl was used only for promotional records of "Ummagumma," while the rest were more traditional black vinyl.

6. "God Save the Queen" by The Sex Pistols

God Save The Queen
Discogs

Price: $14,680.20

Sold: November 27, 2017

Format: 7'', Single

Label: A&M Records

"God Save the Queen" is an iconic song that helped The Sex Pistols spread punk's popularity, but before it was officially released by Virgin Records, about 25,000 copies of the single had already been pressed by a different record label, A&M. 

The Sex Pistols' contract with A&M famously lasted only six days before the label dropped them for rowdy behavior and destroyed the single, but nine copies are said to have survived.

5. "Love Me Do" by The Beatles

Love Me Do
Discogs

Price: $14,845.17

Sold: October 9, 2017

Format: 7'', Single

Label: Parlophone

Another copy of the same "Love Me Do" record came up for sale in 2018, which is why it's already listed on the top 10, but this 2017 purchase was worth an additional $4,000 because this record was in near-mint condition.

4. "The Black Album" by Prince

The Black Album
Discogs

Price: $15,000

Sold: April 22, 2016

Format: 2x12'', Album

Label: Warner Records

This Prince album was supposed to be a follow-up to his ninth studio album "Sign O' the Times," but just weeks before the scheduled release, Prince had a change of heart.

"Prince said the album was evil and ordered all 500,000 copies be destroyed," Driver said. 

But just like "God Save the Queen," "The Black Album" couldn't be fully eradicated. A small number of promotional copies in black sleeves with no title, artist, or artwork in sight were given out to radio stations prior to the album being destroyed and are now among the most rare records on the market.

These promos, which were played on the radio, also made "The Black Album" one of the most bootlegged albums in the world, according to Driver.

3. "Supernatural Girl" by Ferris Wheel

Ferris Wheel
Discogs

Price: $15,001.77

Sold: December 28, 2015

Format: LP, Album

Label: Nicro

In addition to being incredibly rare, the sleeve for this record also features a pocket on the top as opposed to the right side, which is the typical design.

 

2. "God Save the Queen" by The Sex Pistols

God Save The Queen
Discogs

Price: $16,125.18

Sold: November 7, 2018

Format: 7'', Single

Label: A&M Records

Another record that made the top 10 twice, this copy of "God Save the Queen" is in near-mint condition just like the one that sold for about $1,500 less in 2017. This one comes with a letter of authenticity from collector Eddie Lock, which is why it sold at a higher price.

1. "The Black Album" by Prince

The Black Album 2
Discogs

Price: $27,500

Sold: June 5, 2018

Format: LP, Album

Label: Warner Records

This edition of "The Black Album" is the only copy of its kind in existence. Okay, there might be one or two others out there ⁠(it's hard to keep track of an evil album) but this record, pressed at a Canadian plant, miraculously survived Prince's demand for destruction.

"It was an actual copy, not a promo," Driver said. 

The vinyl eventually sold for a whopping $27,500 on Discogs.

 

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