Discogs' Most Expensive Items Sold July 2018
Rare 7" Records From Ray Pollard, The-Fly-Bi-Nights, and The Yum Yums Sell For Thousands

Discogs confirms the Most Expensive Items Sold for July 2018 is a tie between two rare 7" recordings, Soul singer Ray Pollard's 1965 release of This Time / No More Like Me and cult psych-rock band The-Fly-Bi-Nights' 1967 release of Come On Up / Found Love. Nearly half of the releases in July's Most Expensive Items Sold list are 7" formats, and all have fetched more than $1,200USD. Other notable items, Heather Nova's 2011 release The First Demos on CDr at $1,281.00 and a 1995 CD release of Young Gangstas' Pre-Meditated Gangstarism selling for $1,299USD. Overall, July's Most Expensive Items Sold displays the true diversity of the Discogs Community of Collectors around the world.


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