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Automate Your Orders Using Non-Paying Buyer Cancellation Settings

Sellers, Save Money On Unpaid Orders by Enabling the Automatic “Non-Paying Buyer” Cancellation Setting! We know, we know. It sounds like one of those late-night infomercials, right? Use this miracle product and it will save you time and earn you money! But this is the real deal! Just a few clicks of your mouse and […]

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Automate Your Orders Using Non-Paying Buyer Cancellation Settings

Sellers, Save Money On Unpaid Orders by Enabling the Automatic “Non-Paying Buyer” Cancellation Setting! We know, we know. It sounds like one of those late-night infomercials, right? Use this miracle product and it will save you time and earn you money! But this is the real deal! Just a few clicks of your mouse and […]

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Supported Languages & Translating Discogs

Supported Languages & Translating Discogs Hi, from Discogs Community Success! If you’ve never interacted with us, we’re the team that’s there to help you make the most of your Discogs experience, from browsing to collecting to selling and more. We don’t often reach out proactively to speak to the community, but we’re always looking for […]

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Discogs Q1 2018 Marketplace Analysis and Database Highlights

Today we’re revealing quarterly reporting from three categories within the Discogs Database and Marketplace. We break down the increasing growth of user collections based on new (2017/2018, inclusive of reissues) and catalog releases. We then take a look at the Most Expensive Items Sold via Discogs over the course of the first three months of […]

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Most Expensive Items Sold in the Discogs Marketplace for February 2013

The most expensive item sold in February ($1,218) was a rare version of Led Zeppelin‘s fourth album with stickers applied post-release to cover up an Executive Producer credit given to Peter Grant. According to the Rare Record Collector blog, the stickers were added after Jimmy Page was (allegedly) furious over the presence of the aforementioned […]

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Most Expensive Items Sold in Discogs Marketplace for January 2013

We’ve compiled a list of the top 30 most expensive items sold in the Discogs Marketplace for January 2013. The most expensive item sold in January ($2,625) was a 4 CD set of Bob Dylan outtakes, recorded in 1962 & 1963, released as The 50th Anniversary Collection. Asked about the Bob Dylan release, a Sony […]

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Most Expensive Items Sold in Discogs Marketplace for December 2012

We’ve compiled a list of the top 30 most expensive items sold in the Discogs Marketplace for December 2012. The most expensive item sold this month was a Jazz record called Shades Of Blue by The Don Rendell Ian Carr Quintet, which sold for $2,647. View the full list here.

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Most expensive items sold in Discogs Marketplace for November 2012

The most expensive item sold in November 2012 was Modern Art Trio by Modern Art Trio, released on Vinyl by Vedette Records, which sold for $1072.00. The previous high for this release was $1090.60. As of 1/3/13 this release has sold for $1090.60 on average with a median selling price of $1090.60. The lowest this […]

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Top Selling Releases in the Discogs Marketplace for 2012

We’ve compiled a list of the 100 top selling releases in the Discogs Marketplace for 2012. The list includes releases from years past, the oldest of which was Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here, released in 1975. View the full list here.

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Most expensive items sold in Discogs Marketplace for October 2012

The most expensive item sold in October 2012 was Fun Things EP by The Fun Things, released on Vinyl by EMI Custom Records, which sold for $1375.00. This is a new high for this release. View current sales history. Watch music videos for this release here. Vinyl leads this month’s list at 93% of formats. […]

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