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Posted: 16 Oct 07, 15:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hey everyone. I found the soundtrack for Dave Clark's TIME musical (on vinyl of course), and to be honest, I have not the slightest idea how much it is worth. Not that I intend to sell it to anyone, but anyway... I found it for 19 euros in EX- condition. At least, that's what the price label said. I couldn't find any information concerning the soundtrack at www.queencollectors.com, and I couldn't be bothered to look through 20some pages I found with the board's search function.

Well, I've got two questions. I'm sure some of you (and most of the collectors here) have the soundtrack, so I'm just curious, how much did you pay for it, and/or what is the album really worth today. Secondly, does everyone's copy have the same misprint as mine on the spine, saying "TIME THE ABLUM"?

Thanks in advance.

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Posted: 16 Oct 07, 16:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

My copy of the album has the hologram of Sir Laurence Olivier on the cover. The spine reads "DAVE CLARK'S TIME THE ALBUM".

I bought it as an import here in the US when it was first released. Paid around $20.00, I'd imagine. Maybe $25.00, since it was a double-LP and had the hologram.

Check here for more info on TIME:
http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/Defymcbeth/Time.html

Check here for some older values of the lp:
http://www.queenpicturehall.com/values/index.shtml




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Posted: 16 Oct 07, 18:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks mate. So it's not really much more or less worth than it ever was. I've got the non-holographic version of the cover, but it has the booklet, which wasn't listed at the Picture Hall, which I thought rather strange. Oh well.