Punk idols The Sex Pistols are more costly for vinyl buff devotees than The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, according to new research. Experts at Record Collector magazine have calculated the cost of amassing a set of the rarest items for music fans.
And the God Save The Queen and Pretty Vacant hitmakers have proved to be one of the most costly combos in the music world with the average cost per record among their hard-to-find releases put at £698. Unsurprisingly the list is topped by Sir Paul McCartney and John Lennon's early group the Quarrymen whose limited edition money-can't-buy releases are always at the top of any list of the most costly releases - the priciest being an acetate copy of That'll Be The Day/In Spite Of All The Danger which is estimated at £200,000.
Source: MSN News
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