Most Expensive Punk & Hardcore Sales Of All Time

by Diognes_The_Fox

I’ve made this list of the most expensive sales of punk and hardcore records that have happened over the years. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I am not exactly the most knowledgeable when it comes to punk. A lot of my friends are punks and for the most part they seem to be upright and respectable individuals, though. A huge percentage of you out there are too, so let me know what you think and maybe we can do more!

Most Expensive Punk & Hardcore Sales Of All Time: Judge - Chung King Can Suck It

$5,964.21 – Judge – Chung King Can Suck It (1989)

What hasn’t been said about this that hasn’t been said already?

Most Expensive Punk & Hardcore Sales Of All Time Necros (2) - Sex Drive

$2,875.00 – Necros (2) – Sex Drive (1981)

I don’t know what to write. I went to a punk show once. It was in a barn.

Most Expensive Punk & Hardcore Sales Of All Time The Damned - Damned Damned Damned

$2,510.07 – The Damned – Damned Damned Damned (1977)

The townie police that were hired as security for the door almost didn’t let me in because my jacket was in fact held together with safety pins, which admittedly did look very punk if it weren’t for the fact that it was just preventing it from falling apart.

Minor Threat - In My Eyes

$2,500.00 – Minor Threat – In My Eyes (1981)

This test pressing of this formative┬áhardcore band’s first single sold early this year.

The Execute - Go To Hell ! EP

$2,481.83 – The Execute – Go To Hell ! EP (1983)

This has to be the rarest flexi disc of all time, followed by the alternate cover version listed next. If you know of a rarer one, post down below.

The Execute - Execute

$1,988.07 – The Execute – Execute (1983)

This rare Japanese Hardcore flexi sold in December of 2013.

Anti-Social (3) - Traffic Lights

$1,930.82 – Anti-Social (3) – Traffic Lights (1977)

Anyways, the moral of the story is, punk is loud and I am not. I don’t remember much of the show, but we did manage to end up backstage where I crashed the catering table and drank a bunch of home-made schnapps.

P.I.G.Z. - Bloody Belgium

$1,885.00 – P.I.G.Z. – Bloody Belgium (1978)

The pink version isn’t actually worth this much. The black vinyl version apparently is. Please always remember to make a unique submission for your super rare versions when selling them otherwise you’ll ruin the sales history for everyone.

Young Identities - EP

$1,800.00 – Young Identities – EP (1979)

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2 comments about “Most Expensive Punk & Hardcore Sales Of All Time
  • RxQx 1 year ago
    Some obscure records. Thanks for shared!!
  • mushroomjb 1 year ago
    Great list. From an OZ standpoint, the Thought Criminals "Hilton Bomber" would arguably be our most expensive punk single (that had a normal release). It would be worth double the Young Identities single.