Extremely Rare Springsteen Promo Sells For $5,500 Via Discogs
1989 Self-Titled Cassette Demo From The Smashing Pumpkins Surfaces And Sells For $1,200

PORTLAND, OR December 5, 2018 - Discogs confirms the Most Expensive Item Sold for October 2018 is a rare script cover promotional test pressing of the 1975's Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen has sold for $5,500USD. This particular variant of Born To Run included studio timesheets and photocopies of lyrics seemingly not present in other promotional copies from the period. Also of note, a copy of The Smashing Pumpkins' self-titled, self-released 1989 cassette has surfaced and sold for $1,200USD, marking the second time this cassette variant has topped $1000USD this year. See the entire list of Discogs' Most Expensive Items Sold for October HERE.


View The Entire Most Expensive List for October 2018 HERE
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