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Armin

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26.02.2016 - 19:02 Uhr
Noch kein Thread?

Gibt's bald auch als App:
http://www.musikexpress.de/die-offizielle-discogs-app-kommt-493453/
Bremer Stadtmusicunt
25.01.2017 - 12:47 Uhr
Bin da jetzt frisch angemeldet und hab schon ein paar Einträge ergänzt und neu angelegt. Allerdings werden die noch als "nicht abgeschlossen". Wie kann man die denn schließen?

Dr. Reineke

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Registriert seit 01.09.2013

23.02.2017 - 17:37 Uhr
Gibt es hier Leute, die ihre Plattensammlung auf discogs "registriert" haben? Falls ja, wäre cool einige Benutzernamen zu kennen, um in euren Sammlungen zu stöbern. Mein Benutzername ist dort Dr.Reineke

Na, andere Outings? Armin? ;-)

Armin

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05.12.2017 - 17:48 Uhr - Newsbeitrag
The Beatles 'Love Me Do' Single Breaks Discogs Most Expensive Single Sales Record

The Beatles single falls $243.00US short of breaking the all-time record held by Prince



The Beatles first demonstration single for Parlophone 'Love Me Do' has been officially confirmed as sold through Discogs for $14,757.00US (£11,250.00) breaking a Discogs sales record for a 7" single. Released on October 5, 1962, this is one of only 250 issued with McCartney (McArtney) incorrectly spelled in the writing credit. The single was purchased through Discogs nearly 55 years to the day of release, having sold on October 9, 2017. More information on The Beatles 'Love Me Do' single can be found in the Discogs Database HERE.

View the entire Top 30 Most Expensive Items Sold on Discogs for October 2017 - https://blog.discogs.com/en/top-30-most-expensive-records-oct-2017

Armin

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09.01.2018 - 00:24 Uhr - Newsbeitrag
Discogs has verified the sale of the Sex Pistols's 'God Save The Queen' unreleased A&M Records 7" for $14,690US topping the Most Expensive Items Sold on Discogs for November 2017. The Guardian lists this unreleased Sex Pistols single as one of the rarest records in Britain. Originally signed to A&M Records, 25,000 copies of 'God Save The Queen' were pressed before A&M's Herb Alpert reportedly destroyed the Sex Pistols' recording contract six days after signing.

Genuine originals have the serrated anti-slip necklace and 7284 written twice on the B-Side runout, one above the other. Also of note, runout (Side A label) is AMS 7284A and runout (Side B label) is AMS 7284B.

View the entire Top 30 Most Expensive Items Sold on Discogs for November 2017 HERE.
https://blog.discogs.com/en/top-30-expensive-records-sold-discogs-november-2017/

Discogs is the user-built database of music; with a catalog of more than 9,250,000 recordings and 5,000,000 artists, Discogs is the largest physical music database in the world. Discogs connects buyers and sellers across the globe. With more than 37 million items available and thousands of sellers, this is the premier spot for new releases to hard to find gems. Download the Discogs App for iOS (HERE) and Android (HERE). Join the Fastest, Largest Music Community on the Planet. Get Started. More on Discogs, including logos and brand guidelines at discogs.com/about. We also launched Gearogs, Filmogs, Bookogs, Comicogs, and Posterogs in 2017.

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