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Sub Pop SP168 7", released October 1992 (U.S.)

Sub Pop SP57/219 12" / SPCD 57/219 CD, released 1992 (Germany)

The second Sub Pop single from Seaweed. Seaweed was peaking at this point, putting out some consistently solid music. This single was available on orange vinyl (most common) and clear vinyl (slightly less common). Sub Pop says the first 2,000 were on orange. However, there were two distinct orange versions - one is the standard flat orange that you will commonly see for sale. The next was a much lighter, marbled orange version with some pink streaks in it. Then, there was the pink marble/salmon version. This one is a very rare variant. It looks somewhat like the orange one, but is definitely a distinct pink marble color. And I want one. Let me know if you have one available...

Version Value ($) Scarcity Price Trending
SP168 Orange 4-6 2 Stable
SP168 Light Orange w/ Pink Streaks 8-12 4 Stable
SP168 Pink/Salmon Marble 40-50? 10 ?
SP168 Clear 8-12 4 Stable
SP57/219 12" 3-5 1 Stable
Test Pressing
Light Orange w/ Pink Streaks
Pink/Salmon Marble
Europe 12"
Standard Orange vs. Light Orange
Standard Orange vs. Pink Marble
Test Pressing Black vinyl, small hole, white labels
Sleeve 7" - Full glossy
Credits Gregg Conover: pink marble, orange/pink marble comparison pictures

This page was last updated on February 7, 2020.

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Scarcity Score Definition
10 Near impossible: Fewer than 50 copies or publicly sold every few years
8-9 Very rare: 50-199 copies or publicly sold 1-2 times per year
6-7 Rare: 200-499 copies or publicly sold a few times a year
4-5 Medium: 500-999 copies or publicly sold ~10 times a year
1-3 Common: 1000+ copies, readily available, or publicly sold 20+ times a year

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