= Coldplay Record/CD Collectors' Thread =

LARD

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It's just the five regular albums plus the Live 2003 released in a cardboard box. You can buy the full boxset or the single releases each week with the newspaper (which is the most famous sports newspaper in Italy)
Thanks! It does indeed look really nicely packaged.
 

Tash

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I think this one:



It's an eleven second radio commercial that was used to promote Yellow.
 

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Hello all!

I'm still on the hunt of finding a copy of Don't Panic 12" single! If anyone is interested selling theirs or has seen it listed on the internet recently please PM me! I've been looking for this piece for quite some time now, and I know its hard one to get but I'm not giving up! Thank you all for taking the time in reading this and have a good day!
 

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Latest purchase: Lost! (the blue Capitol one)
 

doritji

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I got a good offer on this release (good offer as in 250 euros). Is it weird that I don't feel like selling :p Even though I know I'll never get a better price for this?

 

LARD

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I don't know, you might get a better price. Where are you selling it?
 

doritji

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It was just in my collection on Discogs and somebody sent me an e-mail about it.
Well I don't know, we both have been collecting a few years now and I'll think you'll agree that the market is tough nowadays..
 

LARD

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It is, but I honestly think it will improve eventually. Economy and all that :)
 

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Yeah but the thing is that the collecting hasn't been on my mind for the last couple of months. I bought the RSD 7", but that's pretty much the only thing I bought the last 6 months or so.
I thought about selling my collection several times, but I always intended to keep the vinyls. That's why this is a tough decision for me :p
 

LARD

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I remember you saying. I think what you should do in that case is keep the acetate, along with all your other CP vinyl. Think about selling your CDs if you're ready, but you'll kick yourself if you let something go that you really want.

Oh, and let me know if you're getting rid of any CDs :)
 
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