Not really though. I see stuff all the time.
It’s weird how the CD prices keep going up but the vinyl prices keep dropping. It’s interesting to look at sold ebay listing.
I would LOVE for this to turn around for you and somehow be real.
That would be pretty sweet haha!
I like the little caveat at the end “from what I was told”. Hmmm.
CD prices are still away off what they were 10 years ago. You can pick up things like the AOD promo or ‘A History’ for well under $20 now, where as back then you were looking at around 60-70, sometimes higher. Some things have held there value better. Only a couple of things (hard rock cafe promo being one) that have jumped up in the last few years.
As things have pretty much dried up for me in the promos/rarities search, I figured I would start picking up some of the regional variants of various albums.
This In itself tends to be a bit of a mission what with sellers mistakenly Listing a cd from one country when it’s actually from another. Case in point, I bought what I thought would be an EU sing the sorrow, but alas, turns out to be another US edition. My mood took an upward swing when I opened up the cd case. I’ve finally got the dead bird cd! Only taken about 10 attempts.
Tell me the story here… is this version of the CD a variant of the US version?
Mine happened to come in the club edition.
Otherwise I do believe it’s a random insertion.
Best practice would be to ask absolutely every single time you intend to buy for a picture. Most people on Discogs can’t read or put them in the right listing.
There’s 3 different disc covers. A sea urchin, dead bird and an octopus. I believe the octopus only appears on the Black sts tour edition. There are numerous theories about which editions contain the other 2, but in my experience it’s just been random. I believe the sea urchin is more common, certainly over here in the uk. I don’t think the dead bird is particularly hard to find or anything, I’ve just been unlucky on the most part
Just got my DU vinyl! My seller was awesome enough to include this schedule sheet for a show he must’ve worked for(?). This is sick. I’ve never seen one of these before.
EDIT: this is apparently called a “run-of-show” sheet.
How rare is the Sing the Sorrow stencil? It was only given to street team members.
Photo so I know what you’re referring to?
I will get it out and post a pic. I stumbled on it cleaning out my attic. I can’t find it online anywhere. In the early 2000’s it was given to street team member with stickers and posters. I was lucky enough to get one. It’s a white plastic stencil.
Found “This is Berkeley” record too. Think it’s a first press, seeing that I got it in the late 90s.
Wow, both of these I’ve never seen before… good stuff!
EDIT: didn’t realize it was just the back of the Berkeley record. I do have that. The stencil, I don’t though.