RSD Black Friday Releases Dominate Top 10, Queen Scores 6 Release Variants In Top 50
The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records chart reflects the surge of Record Store Day Black Friday releases over the final week November 2018 with six titles landing in the Top 10. Limited to 7,000 copies worldwide, U2's Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me 12" single lands at #1. Limited to 8,000 copies worldwide, Phish's Slip Stich And Pass lands at #2. Interestingly, Queen's original 1975 EMI UK pressing of A Night At The Opera (ranging from $6.49 to $111.49 depending on Media/Sleeve condition) lands at #3 as the Bohemian Rhapsody movie hype surged around the release in October (UK) and November (US) last year. In the wake of the Queen surge, six releases land in the Top 50. Check out the entire chart of Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of November 2018 HERE.
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