Afghan Whigs album number three, released on Sub Pop in 1992. At the time, the only vinyl version came out on Sub Pop Europe, all on black vinyl. The price of this record was stable for years up until 2010, and then became a bit unpredictable. A ton of these were sold in 2017, presumably related to the issuance of re-presses. That made the price drop. It has settled into a consistent range now, and has not gone back up.
Speaking of re-presses...Sub Pop released a Loser Edition double LP of Congregation in the U.S. and another in Europe. The U.S. one is a beautiful red marble color, while the European issue is a solid red. There were also re-presses made on black vinyl.
|Version||Value ($)||Scarcity||Price Trending|
|SP130 2xLP Red Marble (U.S.)||25-35||1||Stable|
|SP130 2xLP Black (U.S.)||25-30||1||Stable|
|SP130 2xLP Red (Europe)||20-30||1||Stable|
|Test Pressing:||Original Pressing: black vinyl, generic German "Unverkäufliche Musterplatte" white labels|
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