Most Expensive Items Sold in Discogs Marketplace for April 2012

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    The most expensive item sold in April 2012 was <a href="/Joy-Division-An-Ideal-For-Living/release/498855">An Ideal For Living</a> by <a href="/artist/Joy+Division">Joy Division</a>, released on Vinyl by Enigma, which sold for $1664.67.

            The previous high for this release was $1549.74.

        As of 6/4/12 this release has sold for $175.14 on average with a median selling price of $11.90. The lowest this release has sold for was $9.99. <a href="/sell/history/498855">View current sales history</a>.

        <a href="/Joy-Division-An-Ideal-For-Living/release/498855">Watch music videos for this release here</a>.

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<p>Vinyl tops this month's list at 80% of formats. In second we have CD with 20%. The third most common format this month is Box Set with 10%.  US represents over a quarter the release countries at 50%.  1975 and 1978 are the lead years this month. 13% of the releases this month came from 1975 and 1978. </p>
<p>More than a quarter of the genres this month are Rock representing 33%. In second we have Electronic with 23%. Right behind #2 we find Jazz with 20%. Funk / Soul appears 5 times. 3 of the genres in this list are Hip Hop.  Punk is the lead style this month. 17% of the releases this month came from Punk. Coming in a close second is Funk with 13%. </p>
<p>Most buyers were from Japan at 27%. France represents 17% of buyers. 10% of buyers were from Germany.  The top sellers were from United Kingdom at 20%. Germany and United States represents 17% of sellers. Italy represents 10% of sellers. </p>

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10 Comments
  • Jul 25,2012 at 8:02 pm

    I sell lots of vinyl to France, Germany, Brazil, and Japan

  • Jun 30,2012 at 5:12 am

    We French buy vinyls since we are too poor to afford a CD player ;)

  • Jun 28,2012 at 9:26 am

    likeeeeee

  • Jun 26,2012 at 3:46 pm

    $1664.67… Respect !

  • Jun 23,2012 at 5:23 am

    Interesting stat’s.Keep up the good work Discogs,keep improving also.

  • Jun 20,2012 at 11:32 pm

    that’s insane – wish i had it though
    jon
    http://www.makethisworkout.com

  • Jun 18,2012 at 5:28 am

    Need some help researching the specifics regarding some old vinyl records I’ve discovered going thru my late father’s estate. To be specific, there are ten records (five Columbia label and five RCA Victor-one of these is a children’s record) in their original paper jackets produced by the Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. My father purchased them new in 1945/46 when he was part of the Allies Occupation forces stationed in Japan immediately after WW11. Also, they are in their original faux lime green alligator skin pressed board carrying case. Anyone???

    What I do know is, the original company was the Nippon phonograph Co.-founded in 1910. The Columbia name was adopted in 1931. And the changed it’s name to Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. in 1945/46. After that very little.

    Thanks-flnason1

  • Jun 7,2012 at 8:20 am

    wow. and here I am debating whether or not I should blow a week’s pay on a single record.

  • Jun 6,2012 at 5:16 pm

    data is sexy

  • Jun 6,2012 at 4:43 am

    interessting stats, thanks…

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