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Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?


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I think you have got a bargain mate...........an excellent purchase IMHO 8)


The thing was I was outbid but...the seller gave me a second chance as the winner had dodgy feedback. I pondered for a while as to whether to go ahead and buy the CD. I suppose in comparison as to what some copies sell for I did get a good price. :D


It's abit strange how some sellers all too often seem to offer a second chance when it's a high price..... In these cases, I suspect Shill Bidding http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/policies/s ... dding.html

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it's worth what a fan or collector is willing to pay.


I will pay 5,000 quid for a genuine Vinyl copy of the Keep, it must have been pressed at EMI's yard and have a Virgin records operative's bloodstains on de cover............... :wink:

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it's worth what a fan or collector is willing to pay.


I will pay 5,000 quid for a genuine Vinyl copy of the Keep, it must have been pressed at EMI's yard and have a Virgin records operative's bloodstains on de cover............... :wink:


If ever one of these are tracked down i think it will go for completely crazy money...........I would not mind betting there is a testpressing out there somewhere :arrow: :wink:

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it's worth what a fan or collector is willing to pay.


I will pay 5,000 quid for a genuine Vinyl copy of the Keep, it must have been pressed at EMI's yard and have a Virgin records operative's bloodstains on de cover............... :wink:


If ever one of these are tracked down i think it will go for completely crazy money...........I would not mind betting there is a testpressing out there somewhere :arrow: :wink:



there are, along with around 100 final pressings in covers.......12 inches of magic.......elusive.......but not impossible to purloin.....In fact I will pay $10, 000 for the 3 test pressings in existance :wink:

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Thee white label testpressing is definitely within a part of the principality.... 8)

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Thee white label testpressing is definitely within a part of the principality.... 8)




test pressing = final to market version.......


Im putting up a reward of $1 for anyone that gets me a genuine 12 incher :P

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Thee white label testpressing is definitely within a part of the principality.... 8)




test pressing = final to market version.......


Im putting up a reward of $1 for anyone that gets me a genuine 12 incher :P


I may just be able to muster up half of that :shock: :oops: :arrow:

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ok, 10incher....but thats yer limit :arrow: :oops:

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bigmoog wrote:
it's worth what a fan or collector is willing to pay.


I will pay 5,000 quid for a genuine Vinyl copy of the Keep, it must have been pressed at EMI's yard and have a Virgin records operative's bloodstains on de cover............... :wink:


I have six copies that are currently used as table mats. It used to be eight, but we entertain less these days. My son uses the other two as frisbees!

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epsilon75 wrote:
sparrow wrote:
Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?


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I think you have got a bargain mate...........an excellent purchase IMHO 8)


The thing was I was outbid but...the seller gave me a second chance as the winner had dodgy feedback. I pondered for a while as to whether to go ahead and buy the CD. I suppose in comparison as to what some copies sell for I did get a good price. :D


It's abit strange how some sellers all too often seem to offer a second chance when it's a high price..... In these cases, I suspect Shill Bidding http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/policies/s ... dding.html





Actually it this case you have brought it off me, they guy who won it had minus 1 feedback so I dont want to sell it to him.

I actually brought this copy myself from ebay for just under a hundred quid but in the advert he had it down as mint condition which I don`t really think it is.

I have changed the advert a bit to make it more realistic, I hope your more happy then I am.

Don`t get me wrong it isn`t in bad condition but when someone says "mint condition" I expect it to be no marks on CD and box to be new condition. in reality the CD has a few scratches and box has a few dents but I have put that down on the advert, that is probably why I have made a loss on what I paid.

I guess I am a bit fussy, the guy I brought it from the cheek to have a go at me and said "what do you expect after 10 years, you should be thankfull you have got it"......hmmm yeh fair enough if you tell me the true condition of it"

Anyway hope your be happy with it.


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The Cheques in the post Mathew. You should get it tomorrow :D


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sparrow wrote:
Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?

I've seen go for more on Ebay. I dare say that if you put it back up you'll, at the very least, get your money back and probably more likely make a profit.

Which reminds me, I ought to take better care of my copy. :oops:


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Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?

I've seen go for more on Ebay. I dare say that if you put it back up you'll, at the very least, get your money back and probably more likely make a profit.

Which reminds me, I ought to take better care of my copy. :oops:



yeh its strange the new version is alreadygot a higher bid then what mine went for.

I think collecters want things in mint condition, thats why that Arizona went for almost £200 because its rare and also it was listed as New. nowdays whenever I buy anything I just play it once then put it onto my i tunes. I like everything as good as new


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The "Blue Moon" version is closest to the film :wink: :arrow:

How does the Blue Moon version compare to the TT version?


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