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Discogs is the world's foremost Database, Marketplace, and Community for music. The user-built Database boasts a catalog of more than 10.5 million releases and 5.3 million artists making it the most extensive physical music Database in the world. By connecting Buyers and Sellers across the globe, with more than 47 million items available the Discogs Marketplace is the leading destination for both new releases and elusive rarities. New to Discogs? Get Started. Logos and brand guidelines at https://www.discogs.com/brand.

 

 

20,000 visitors purchase vinyl via Discogs each day

47MM Items Listed For Sale In the Discogs Marketplace

11MM releases in the Discogs Database

10MM vinyl records sold in 2018
 

PRESS RELEASES
Jun 10, 2019

PORTLAND, OR., June 10, 2019: Discogs, the world's foremost Database, Marketplace, and Community for physical music, today released a comprehensive list of the Top 100 Most Expensive items ever...

Jun 5, 2019

PORTLAND, OR., June 5, 2019: Top-end prices are at an all-time high, and vinyl is as cool as ever reflected in Discogs latest Top 30 Most Expensive records chart for the Discogs Marketplace over...

May 16, 2019

PORTLAND, OR., May 16, 2019: Discogs has released its latest Top 50 Best Selling and Top 30 Most Expensive records charts reflecting international consumer influence within the Discogs Marketplace...

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IN THE NEWS
Jun 12, 2019
Uncut
Do you own any of these valuable rarities?
Jun 11, 2019
Star Tribune
Record geeks love Prince and his unconventional release methods. That was made obvious again by the predominant album-collectors website Discogs, which just issued a new list Monday of the “Top 100 Most Expensive Records,” culled from its 14 years in the business of buying and selling rare music items.
Jun 7, 2019
BBC
Misprints and mistakes are particularly interesting to "hyper-completists", says Brent Greissle, the discography specialist at music trading website Discogs.com.
Jun 5, 2019
Metal Sucks
It’s one thing to collect vinyl, but it’s another altogether to be willing to shell out $2,000 (or more!) for a single record.
Jun 5, 2019
DJ Booth
Since launching in 2000, Discogs has been an invaluable tool for researching older rap album release dates.

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