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David Bowie

David Bowie


Singles: 12–inch

EMI AMERICA $10-$15 / 1982-1987

RCA $15-$25 / 1979-1980


Promotional 12–inch Singles

EMI AMERICA $10-$20 / 1982-1987

RCA $20-$30 / / 19197199-1980


Singles: 7–inch

BACKSTREET $5-$10 / 1982

DERAM (85009 “Rubber Band”) $4000-$5000 / 1967

DERAM (85016 “Did You Ever Have a Dream”) $1500-$22500 / 1967

EMI AMERICA $5-$10 / 1983-1987
(Black vinyl)

EMI AMERICA (8231 “Blue Jean”) $10-$15 / 1984
(Colored vinyl)

EMI AMERICA (8246 “Tonight”) $10-$15 / 1984
(Limited edition with poster sleeve)

LONDON (20079 “The Laughing Gnome”) $25-$35 / 1973

MCA/BACKSTREET (“Cat People”) $55-$70 /1982
(Promo only picture disc)

MCA/BACKSTREET (“Cat People”) $100-$150 / 1982
(Promo only picture disc. No selection number used. B-side says: “Filmex” promo)

MERCURY (72949 “Space Oddity”) $45-$60 / 1969

MERCURY (73075 “Memory of a Free Festival”) $45-$60 / 1970

MERCURY (73173 “All the Madmen”) $50-$70 / 1971

RCA (0001 “Time”) $40-$60 / 1973

RCA (0605 thru 0876) $10-$15 / 1971-1974

RCA (10152 thru 13769) $5-$10 / 1975-1984

W.B. (5815 “Can’t Help Thinking About Me”) $2500-$3500 / 1966


Picture Sleeves

BACKSTREET (1767 “Cat People”) $10-$15 / 1982

EMI AMERICA $5-$10 / 1983-1987

RCA (0001 “Time”) $3000-$4000 / 1973

RCA (0719 “Starman”) $20-$25 / 1972

RCA (0876 “Space Oddity”) $15-$20 / 1973

RCA (12078 “Ashes to Ashes”) $15-$20 / 1980

RCA (12134 “Fashion”) $10-$15 / 1980

RCA (13660 “White Light White Heat”) $5-$10 / 1983

RCA (13769 “1984”) $5-$10 / 1984


Promotional Singles

BACKSTREET $10-$15 / 1982

DERAM (85009 “Rubber Band”) $40-$50 / 1967

EMI AMERICA (8158 thru 8190) $10-$15 / 1983-1984

EMI AMERICA (8231 “Blue Jean”) $10-$15 / 1984

EMI AMERICA (8246 thru 8308) $10-$15 / 1983-1986

EMI AMERICA (8380 “Day in Day Out”) $10-$15 / 1987

EMI AMERICA (8380 “Day in Day Out”) $20-$25 / 1987
(Colored vinyl. Boxed edition)

EMI AMERICA (43000 series) $10-$15 / 1987

LONDON (20079 “The Laughing Gnome”) $20-$30 / 1973

MERCURY (311 “All the Madmen”) 50-$70 / 1970

MERCURY (72949 “Space Oddity”) $50-$70 / 1969

MERCURY (73075 “Memory of a Free Festival”) $50-$70 / 1970

RCA $10-$15 / 1971-1984

W.B. (5815 “Can’t Help Thinking About Me”) $1500-$2500 / 1966

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT $15-$30 / 1970s


EPs: 7–inch

RCA (103 “David Bowie”) $30-$40 / 1970s
(Promo issues only)

RCA (12087 “Fashion”) $600-$800 / 1980
(Promo issue only)


LPs: 10/12–inch

DERAM (16003 “David Bowie”) $200-$300 / 1967
(Monaural)

DERAM (18003 “David Bowie”) $200-$300 / 1967
(Stereo)

EMI AMERICA $10-$15 / 1983-1987

LONDON $20-$30 / 1973-1985

MFSL (064 “Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust”) $250-$450 / 1982

MFSL (083 “Let’s Dance”) $250-$450 / 1982

MERCURY (61246 “Man of Words/Man of Music”) $350-$450 / 1969

MERCURY (61246 “Space Oddity”) $15-$25 / 1972

MERCURY (61325 “The Man Who Sold the World”) $60-$80 / 1971
(Front cover pictures Bowie wearing a dress)

MERCURY (61325 “The Man Who Sold the World”) $20-$30 / 1970s
(Front and back covers have cartoon drawings)

MERCURY (61325 “The Man Who Sold the World”) $15-$20
(Front cover pictures Bowie in concert)

PRECISION (1 “Don’t Be Fooled By the Name”) $25-$23 / 1981
(10–inch LP)

RCA (0291 “Bowie Pin Ups”) $15-$10 / 1973

RCA (0576 “Diamond Dogs”) $4500-$5000 / 1974
(With “Dog Genitals” cover. Reportedly, only covers were made with this artwork. By the time discs were ready so was the reworked cover)

RCA (0576 “Diamond Dogs”) $15-$20 / 1974
(With dog’s genitals covered)

RCA (0700 thru 1300 series) $15-$20 / 1974-1976

RCA (1732 “Changesone Bowie”) $150-$250 / 1976
(With alternative take of John, I’m Only Dancing. Lyrics are: Annie’s kind of sweet, she always eats her meat. But Joey comes on strong. Bet your life he’s putting us on)

RCA (1732 “Changesone Bowie”) $15-$25 / 1976
(With the commonly issued take of John, I’m Only Dancing. Lyrics are: Annie’s pretty neat, she always eats her meat. But Joe is awful strong. Bet your life he’s putting us on)

RCA (2000 thru 2500) $10-$15 / 1977

RCA (2743 “Peter and the Wolf”) $10-$15 / 1978
(Black vinyl. With Eugene Ormandy & Philadelphia Orchestra)

RCA (2743 “Peter and the Wolf”) $50-$70 / 1978
(Colored vinyl. With Eugene Ormandy & Philadelphia Orchestra)

RCA (2900 thru 4200 series) $10-$15 / 1979-1982

RCA (4600 thru 4800 series) $15-$25 / 1971-1973
(With “LSP” prefix)

RCA (3800 thru 4900 series, except 4862) $10-$15 / 1980-1984
(With “AFL,” “AYL” or “CPL” prefix.)

RCA 4862 “Ziggy Stardust”) $10-$15 / 1983
(Black vinyl)

RCA 4862 “Ziggy Stardust”) $70-$90 / 1983
(Clear vinyl)

RYKODISC (Except 0120/2) $15-$20 / 1987-1990

RYKODISC (0120/2 “Sound and Vision”) $60-$85 / 1989
(Boxed, six-disc set)


Promotional LPs

DERAM (18003 “David Bowie”) $300-$400 / 1967

EMI AMERICA (9960 “Let’s Talk”) $60-$85 / 1983

MERCURY (61246 “Man of Words/Man of Music”) $100-$150 / 1969

MERCURY (61325 “The Man Who Sold the World”) $100-$175 / 1971

RCA (0200 thru 4800 series) $30-$50 / 1971-1973
(With programmer’s strip on front cover)

RCA (2697 “Bowie Now”) $40-$60 / 1978

RCA (3016 “An Evening with David Bowie”) $200-$250 / 1978

RCA (3545 “Bowie 1980”) $75-$100 / 1980

RCA (3829 “RCA Special Radio Series”) $40$-60 / 1980

RCA (3840 “Interview”) $45-$60 / 1980

RCA (11306 “Peter and the Wolf”) $40-$50 / 1978


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