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Which Heavy Albums Placed in the Top 100 Most Expensive Vinyl Ever Sold?

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Last week the music marketplace website Discogs.com released a list of the 30 priciest records sold on the platform in the month of April with releases by Darkthrone, Ozzy and Misfits making the cut at some eye-popping numbers.

Now the site has compiled a list of the 100 most expensive items EVER sold on the platform. Interestingly, no metal albums made the cut, but quite a few classic hardcore records did by the likes of The Misfits, Agnostic Front, Bad Brains, Negative Approach, Judge, Minor Threat and Gorilla Biscuits. Nirvana’s rare 1988 “Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese” 7″ places on the list EIGHT different times, as does a copy of their debut album Bleach.

#95: The Misfits – Bullet 7″ – $2,270.25
#91: Agnostic Front – United Blood EP – $2,330.59
#81: Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II – $2,499.95
#77: Bad Brains – Pay to Cum! – $2,500.00
#74: Negative Approach – Negative Approach – $2,500.00
#70: Minor Threat – In My Eyes – $2,500.00
#66: Minor Threat – In My Eyes – $2,500.00
#61: Bad Brains – Pay to Cum! – $2,584.06
#60: Bad Brains – Pay to Cum! – $2,584.06
#59: Agnostic Front – United Blood EP – $2,592.52
#42: The Misfits – Cough / Cool b/w She – $2,838.85
#39: The Misfits – Cough / Cool b/w She – $3,000.00
#22: Bad Brains – Pay to Cum! – $4,000.00
#18: Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin – $4,892.08
#15: Negative Approach – Negative Approach – $5,000.00
#7: Judge – Chung King Can Suck It – $5,848.06
#5: Judge – Chung King Can Suck It – $6,138.33
#4: Gorilla Biscuits – Gorrilla Biscuits – $6,164.88
#3: Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin – $6,250.00

View the whole list here, and if you own any of these and decide to sell as a result of this article please consider thanking your old pal Vince with a nice bottle of bourbon.

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