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If You Own These Vinyl Albums, You Could Be Rich!

Most of us think of vinyl albums as being old and out of date, and instead prefer to listen to music via downloads or CD (and of course, the radio!)

In the past few years the humble record has made a comeback, and as a result, rare or alternate versions of some classics are fetching a lot of money.

We've narrowed down some records from artists including U2, Bruce Springsteen and Madonna that you may have and could be sold for THOUSANDS of dollars!

So, take a look in the dusty old milk crate in the shed, you may be about to cash in!



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U2 - 'Pride' U2 - 'Pride'
Madonna - 'Erotica' Madonna - 'Erotica'
The Beatles - Abbey Road The Beatles - Abbey Road
Van Morrison - 'Astral Wees' Van Morrison - 'Astral Wees'
Pink Floyd - 'Dark Side of the Moon' Pink Floyd - 'Dark Side of the Moon'
Bruce Springsteen - 'Born To Run' Bruce Springsteen - 'Born To Run'
David Bowie - 'Time / The Prettiest Star' David Bowie - 'Time / The Prettiest Star'
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Queen- 'Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car' Queen- 'Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car'
Sex Pistols - 'God Save The Queen' Sex Pistols - 'God Save The Queen'
Rolling Stones - 'Sticky Fingers' Rolling Stones - 'Sticky Fingers'
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Only five copies of the Australian 12" were pressed on clear vinyl and are valued between $4,000 - $9,000
The 12-inch picture disc was withdrawn from sale to avoid offending Fergie, Duchess Of York with it's toe-sucking image is now worth $5000
A rare edition with a yellow and black Parlophone Records label and the catalog number PPCS 7088 is worth $4,000
The album had a very limited first release, featuring a laminated sleeve and orange label now worth close to $2000
Original UK pressings featuring a solid blue triangle on the label (and both posters and stickers) are the most sought-after version of the album and are worth up to $5000
This version of the Boss' 1975 classic features his name and the album's name in a different font and can fetch bids of over $2000 on eBay
The value for the extremely rare picture sleeve for the US edition of this 1973 single is anywhere from $2,000 - $5,000
This version of the band's self titled debut with their name in turquoise letters on the upper-left front cover is worth between $5,000 - $7,500
This EMI special edition doubled as an invite to a company event, and included matches, pen, ticket, menu, outer card sleeve, scarf and EMI goblets in card box. Value: $10,000
This version was withdrawn from sale, and only about 300 copies are believed to exist. Those still with brown envelope and press release are worth $16,000
Mono copies of the promotional issue featuring a orange/red sticker on the cover that reads "dj copy monaural," are worth up to $4,000
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