The Top 30 Most Expensive Items Sold on Discogs in March 2021

Discogs is back with another monthly breakdown of the most expensive vinyl, cassettes, and CDs sold in the Discogs Marketplace. If you’re a regular reader of these rankings, you’ll see several recurring acts like David Bowie, Nirvana, The Beatles, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and more. March is continuing the trend of modern artists with high-priced collectibles, which […]

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In Defense of the Hits: 15 Best Greatest Hits Records From the Album Era

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At some point early in your journey as a record collector, you’ll be faced with a decision: You’ll be holding in your hand a record by an artist you like and it’s filled with great songs, and yet you are not sure if you should buy it. It’s not that it’s too expensive or in […]

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The Most Popular Impulse! Albums of All Time

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Impulse! Records has reached an impressive milestone: 60 years of ground-breaking, influential, and iconic jazz music. To celebrate, we’re taking a closer look at the most popular albums released by the label. The ranking is determined by how many Discogs users’ have added the albums (more specifically, the Master Releases) to their Collections. The list […]

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The Most Popular New Albums on Discogs in April 2021

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Our regular roundup of the most popular new albums is determined by how many Discogs users added the release to their Collections throughout each month. To be featured on the genre-specific lists, the album must have been released in 2021 in a physical format (like vinyl, CD, or cassette), so it won’t take into consideration digital […]

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An Interview with Jean Yaghlekdjian of Furious-Records and Vinyl Discount

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Our Crate Minds series showcases some of the best Sellers on Discogs. You’ll meet the people behind the crates (virtual and otherwise), get some insights into the life of a record seller, and learn tips on selling records from the best in the biz. In this edition, we chat with Jean Yaghlekdjian of Dee Nasty’s […]

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7 Extraordinary Women of Jazz

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Take a moment to learn more about some of the women of jazz who revolutionized instrumentation and performance during the height of the genre’s popularity. Mary Osborne Mary Osborne (1921-1992) is a celebrated guitarist who regularly performed and recorded with her fellow jazz greats of the era. She would go on to co-found the Osborne […]

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The Sun Continues to Rise on Yoko Ono

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“You may think I’m small but I have a universe inside my mind.” — Y.O. I have openly, blissfully, and shamelessly loved Yoko Ono for a while now — but it wasn’t always this way. It took years of personal growth and cultural deprogramming, followed by a yearlong deep dive into her work as part […]

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Top 50 Best-Selling Records on Discogs in March 2021

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The best-selling records on Discogs show us the trends in music the Community is collecting. Our regular roundup is determined by how many purchases were made by Discogs users in the Marketplace each month. In March 2021, we are seeing an uptick in multiple albums from the same artists. For example, although Daft Punk are […]

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Inside Records by Mail, One of the Largest Vinyl Warehouses in the U.S.

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How many records have you seen in one place? You probably have quite a few in your collection. Your local record store probably has hundreds. The biggest shops around the world house thousands at a time.  But what about millions? Records by Mail boasts a massive inventory in the Discogs Marketplace and an even larger […]

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Why You Should Listen to Revolver Through Your Headphones

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Revolver is the perfect intersection of everything that made the Beatles such a force for change. Experimental yet accessible, unfailingly commercial even as it rejected convention, and so freaking good that, 55 years later, it still sounds fresh. It’s also a record that takes on a new life with headphones, and not because it’s loaded […]

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