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Label Variations. One album, 6 labels. One is worth $10; one is worth $10,! A significant factor in determining a vinyl record’s value is the label on the record itself. A given album or single might have been released with several different labels on the disc itself, even among releases by .
Very limited red vinyl. with limited different picture cover. some light creasing and edge wear. Bon Jovi, Red hot and 2 parts live: Hardest part is the night / Tokyo road (live) / In and out of love (live) 12 inch Coloured Vinyl Picture Cover: VERXR22 Vertigo: UK: Very limited red vinyl. with limited different picture cover. some.
Sound Pollution Records. Profile: Hardcore punk record label that was run by Ken Hansford from Hellnation, releasing hardcore, punk and grind records from to , including many international bands (and with a focus on Japanse bands) for the first time in the United States. They also acted as the American distributor for MCR Company.
Step 1: Identify the Vinyl Release. Most albums have been issued more than once, resulting in different release versions. For example, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon has been pressed over times on vinyl. To determine the value of your record, you must first identify it.
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