Most wanted audio gear on the Gearogs database

State Of The Data: Most Wanted & Collected Items On The ‘Ogs Sites

You probably know Discogs most Collected and Wantlisted records off by heart by now: Dark Side Of The Moon, Thriller, Sgt. Pepper’s, Rumours, etc. So what about the most Collected and Wanted items on our other collector sites, Gearogs, Comicogs, Bookogs, Filmogs and Posterogs?

We still have a long way to go before the newer ‘ogs sites have a patch on Discogs in terms of completeness of the databases, but we all have to start somewhere, and these databases are growing fast! The sites are very similar to what Discogs was like back when it was starting out, so if you wish you’d been involved with growing the Discogs database back in the early days, get a second shot with with the younger ‘ogs sites!

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Gearogs was the first collector’s site next to Discogs that was launched for music and audio gear. Database growth has been strong, with almost 15000 unique pieces of gear now cataloged in the database. As we recently noted when celebrating 1 year of the Gearogs Marketplace, the highest concentration of gear in the Gearogs database was previously turntables, but was overtaken in 2017 by speakers and synths.

Yamaha is the most cataloged gear maker, with nearly 700 types of gear spanning the full spectrum of audio gear in the database. That includes mixing desks, amps, samplers, synths, CD players, receivers, drum machines, effect, sequencers and a tonne more. Pioneer and Korg are a fairly close second and third, respectively with a less broad range of gear, but impressive nonetheless.

Most Collected Gear on Gearogs

Most collected audio gear in the Gearogs database

  1. Technics SL-1210MK2 Turntable
  2. Technics SL-1200MK2 – Turntable
  3. Roland TR-8 – Drum Machine
  4. Korg Volca Beats – Drum Machine, Sequencer
  5. Korg Volca Bass – Synthesizer, Sequencer
  6. Korg Volca Keys – Synthesizer, Sequencer
  7. Roland Juno-106 – Synthesizer
  8. Korg MicroKORG – Synthesizer, Sequencer, Effect
  9. Roland SH-101 – Synthesizer
  10. Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB – Turntable

Most Wanted Gear on Gearogs

Most wanted audio gear in the Gearogs database

  1. Roland TR-909 – Drum Machine, Sequencer
  2. Roland TR-808 – Drum Machine
  3. Technics SL-1200MK2 – Turntable
  4. Roland SH-101 – Synthesizer
  5. Roland TB-303 Bass Line – Synthesizer
  6. Make Noise 0-Coast – Synthesizer
  7. Roland TR-707 – Drum Machine
  8. Elektron Analog Rytm – Drum Machine
  9. Technics SL-1210MK2 – Turntable
  10. Roland Juno-106 – Synthesizer

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Bookogs is our biggest database so far with over 46,000 books cataloged, and thousands of books listed for sale in the marketplace. While the most common language of books in the database is English, it makes up for less than 50% of the books, with Russian, German, French and Polish also being well-represented. Finnish is the most obscure language on Bookogs, but with over 500 books cataloged, it’s not doing badly. While the Bookogs database also caters for magazines, paperback and hardback books are currently outperforming magazines by 6 to 1. Fiction and Music books are neck and neck for the most cataloged genre; there’s less than 50 books in it, so if you feel strongly one way or another, submitting your books could potentially turn the tables.

Stephen King is the author with the most books in the database. He’s followed by plenty of literary heavy-weights, including Terry PratchettNikolai Gogol, Agatha ChristieTolstoyPhilip K. DickVladimir MayakovskyShakespeareDean Koontz and Martin Heidegger.

Most Collected Books (and Magazines) on Bookogs

Most collected magazine in the Bookogs database

  1. Margen #8 – Magazine (1996)
  2. The Beatles Anthology (2000)
  3. The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band – Nikki Sixx, Neil Strauss, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, Mick Mars (2002)
  4. House of Leaves – Mark Z. Danielewski (2000)
  5. 45 Revolutions, Volume 1: UK/Ireland – Mario Panciera (2007)
  6. Infinite Jest – David Foster Wallace (1996)
  7. Fight Club – Chuck Palahniuk (2005)
  8. RE/Search #14: Incredibly Strange Music, Volume I – V. Vale, Andrea Juno (1993)
  9. Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes From The American Indie Underground 1981-1991 – Michael Azerrad (2002)
  10. American Hardcore: A Tribal History – Steven Blush (2001)

Most Wanted Books on Bookogs:

Most wanted book in the Bookogs database

  1. Get In The Van: On The Road With Black Flag – Henry Rollins (1994)
  2. Wreckers Of Civilisation: The Story Of COUM Transmissions & Throbbing Gristle – Simon Ford (1999)
  3. Krautrocksampler: One Head’s Guide To The Great Kosmische Musik – 1968 Onwards – Julian Cope (1996)
  4. Felt – Lawrence (2012)
  5. Maximum Rocknroll #1 – Tim Yohannan (1982)
  6. The Rap Records – Freddy Fresh (2008)
  7. Lindo Sonho Delirante: 100 psychedelic records from Brazil (1968-1975) – Bento Araujo (2016)
  8. My Rules Photozine – Glen E. Friedman (1982)
  9. 2023: A Trilogy – The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu (2017)
  10. A Coil Magazine (Open the Bloodgate) – John Balance, Peter Christopherson, Stephen E. Thrower (1987)

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Filmogs is the second biggest database with over 20,000 film releases cataloged. DVD is king here, accounting for over 70% of the releases cataloged. The weirdest format we’ve come across and only learned about since stumbling upon it in Filmogs is CED, which is basically a vinyl record for film.

Besides tracking your Collection and Wantlist on Filmogs, you can also keep track of films you’ve seen. Stanley Kubrick is a clear fan favorite here, with 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, and The Shining all among the most watched films. There’s a clear affinity for science fiction among the Filmogs community, with the other most watched films being Alien, The Matrix, Blade Runner and Star Wars.

Most Collected Films on Filmogs:

Most Wanted Films on Filmogs:

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Comicogs database now holds almost 20,000 comics, manga and graphic novels. Of these, superheroes rein supreme, making up 20% of the comics cataloged. It’s a tight race between Marvel and DC, but Marvel just takes the cake by about 100 comics. Once again, there’s a good mix of languages in the database, including Portuguese, Polish, Spanish and a few Greek titles.

Most Collected Comics on Comicogs

Most Wanted Comics on Comicogs

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The newest database and marketplace to the family is also one of the fastest growing. It’s more than doubled in volume in just a few months, now at over 1600 posters.

Most Collected Posters on Posterogs

Most Wanted Posters on Posterogs

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  • May 2,2018 at 21:37

    For most collected gear you meant the “SL-1210MK2”, right?

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