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Old May 25th 2019, 12:48 PM
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Default Everlong 7

Why is this expensive compared to all the other 7s
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Old May 25th 2019, 12:56 PM
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Default Re: Everlong 7

A popular song makes it well sought after, allowing for higher pricing.
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Old August 8th 2019, 05:04 AM
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Default Re: Everlong 7

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A popular song makes it well sought after, allowing for higher pricing.
There were also unsubstantiated rumours that there were "less" pressed. I've never been able to prove that, though I do believe the pressing count for the lead single Monkey Wrench was greater than Everlong or My Hero. The last two were prob the same/ish.

Then yep agree it's all down to popularity - and from the start you had the fact Everlong sold BPI Platinum and the other two only Silver. So if there was "excess' they ended up in bargain bins (or melted). That was 97/98 - it's gotten a lot more popular as the anthem song since then. Then add the fact the 7" was a UK only pressing, wanted worldwide.
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