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Vinyl Packaging: Bob Hund Fantastiskt



Would you buy a single worth $3,650? The Swedish rock band Bob Hund released their single Fantastiskt (fantastic) as a 12″ one copy vinyl record that only allows 30 playings. The record was placed on a turntable with the lyrics etched on the turntable lid. It sold on eBay for US $3,650 and became the most expensive record ever sold in Sweden.



Artist: Bob Hund
Title: Fantastiskt
Year: 2009
Designer:Martin Kann

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