RE: Bloody Nonsense
Date: Wed 10 Nov 1999 - 20:01:56 PST
I too have been watching some eBay auctions of late. I also found and bought to the holy grail of JBC CDs (Sex and Travel + Scandal in Bohemia) for the princely sum of $76 which was more than I've ever paid for a CD. I was happy to get it having spent the best part of 10 years looking for it - though it seems a shame they don't just re-release it given the amount of interest. The guy who sold it got a heck of surprise when he found it's worth. (He had bought it in a second hand CD shop 8 years ago for $15)
The other obscurity that I noticed was Live in Hamburg sold on CD. I thought it was only released on vinyl.
BTW, if you are using EBay a bit, I came across this really neat piece of software called EBayPAL. It allows you to monitor any auction. If you're interested the URL is http://www.grol.com/. It's time limited and still in beta, but seems stable to me.
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> Bloody Nonsense was indeed released on CD in the US by Big Time
> records. It is certainly very rare but too rich for my blood at 100$ +.
> Arik Florimonte wrote:
> > Hey y'all. Can anybody tell me what label owns the rights to Bloody
> > Nonsense? I ask because there is a CD of this for sale on ebay, and I
> > suspect it is a fake. I'm 99% sure this was never released on CD. I
> > wouldn't have brought it up except that it kinda irks me that a fake is
> > going for over $100.
> > Perhaps the rights-owner would like to mention this to ebay?
> Perhaps the
> > rights-owner will see this and realise that there is a market
> for JBC stuff?
> > Who knows?
> > Arik
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Received on Wed Nov 10 20:01:48 1999