Mighty John’s Top 10 Most Valuable Hair Band Vinyl Records

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Did you spend your youth teasing up your hair to the sky and rocking out to the hair bands and glam rockers of the day? Even though you may have retired those cut-off tees and spandex and tossed the hairspray, all those big hair band records you so passionately listened to can be worth some big money today!

Expect vinyl collector Mighty John Marshall of moneymusic.com joined us this morning to reveal the top 10 most valuable records from hair bands and glam rockers from the ’70s and ’80s. Maybe it’s time to look through your old collection stuffed in the back of the closet to see if you have any of these valuable collectibles!

Top 10 Hair Band Vinyl Records

K-EARTH 101
  1. 1971 Warner Bros. LP: Black Sabbath, “Master of Reality” w/poster — $200.00
  2. 1986 Uzi Suicide EP: Guns N Roses, “Live Like a Suicide” — $300.00
  3. 1984 Vampire Sisters LP: Van Halen, “Summer Time” — $300.00
  4. 1977 Elektra 12 inch single: Queen, “We Will Rock You” — $400.00
  5. 1972 Warner Brothers LP: Alice Cooper, “Schools Out” (titles not listed on back cover) — $500.00
  6. 1976 (Magic Wand 45): Quiet Riot, “Suicidal Show” — $800.00
  7. 1973 Moon 45) Rush, “Not Fade Away” — $1,000.00
  8. 1981 Leathur LP: Motley Crue, “Too Fast for Love” (“Motley” in black print) — $1,000.00
  9. 1976 Casablanca LP: Kiss, “The Originals” w/stickers, trading cards, booklet — $1,500.00
  10. 1973 RCA 45: David Bowie, “Time” (with picture sleeve) — $3,500.00
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