by Dave Segal
on Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 9:47 AM
Do you have an extra $15,550 burning a hole in your wallet? If so, you may want to put it toward the purchase of the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen” / “No Feelings” 7” on A&M, which is reportedly the most “valuable” record in the world right now. (The single was withdrawn from release and is in mint condition; the seller notes that it was “[o]btained from an ex-industry source with impeccable credentials.” If you say so...) Peruse the details here.
The funny thing is, OG-punk Pistols vocalist Johnny Rotten (aka PiL frontman John Lydon) could totally afford to buy this. But I think he has too much sense to do so. (As do I. Guess my record collection will have to remain not "serious.")