A Record Collector's Guide

SP103 Unrest

A Factory Record

Deaf/UFO b/w Sex Machine/When It All Comes Down

Sub Pop SP103 7", released March 1991 (U.S.)

Sub Pop Singles Club #29

Limited to 7,000 copies, 4,000 on lilac vinyl and 3,000 on black. least I thought it was that simple. Many people call the lilac one pink. That's a fair assessment. Slightly misleading, though. It's more of a lavender (and officially, it's lilac). I thought there was no pink one. Then I found a pink one. Oops. It looks like it is part of the lilac pressing, but that they ran out of the marbling colors. The result: it's pink, and rather rare. See pics. In real life, it is more pink than in the picture. It is a distinct difference. Now, acquiring one of the pink ones might be an annoying exercise, since so many people call the lilac one pink. But it's not impossible.

Version Value ($) Scarcity Price Trending
SP103 Lilac 8-10 1 Stable
SP103 Black 3-5 1 Stable
SP103 Pink 5-10 6 Down
Attached Insert
Test Pressing
Sleeve Paper foldover w/ insert attached
Test Pressing Black vinyl, small hole, plain white labels

This page was last updated on October 21, 2019.

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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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