Some of the Rarest Records You May Own

Do you love music and all the different genres it has to offer? The beauty about records is that they can take you back in time, telling a story about the artist and their life. There are many rare records out there, so we’ve compiled a list of top 10 rare records you can own. Here they are:.


Rare Records


The Beatles – Yesterday and Today, 1966

This is a rare LP edition of The Beatles’ “Yesterday and Today” album. It was originally only released in the U.S., but two years later, the album was released in the UK as “Yesterday”.


The Rolling Stones – Metamorphosis, 1969

This is a UK vinyl LP that features a number of songs from The Rolling Stones that didn’t make it onto their first five US albums. This record is actually considered one of the most sought-after records by collectors due to its rarity and because there are so many hits on this album.


Jimi Hendrix – Burning Desire, 1975

This LP has only been available as an import release in Europe or Japan for decades, but it came out as a limited CD remastered edition in 2009 for North America with five bonus tracks not previously available on CD or tape. This is one of Jimi Hendrix’s more intimate albums with his girlfriend at the time, Kathy Etchingham who helped him produce the album originally back in 1974.


  1. Janis Joplin – One Night Stand (Live), 1978

Only 500 copies



What are the rarest records in the world?

There are many records that are categorized as rare among collectors, but what are the 10 most rare records in the world?


Some of the most rare records in the world include:

– The Flaming Lips’ “Zaireeka”

– Nirvana’s “Muddy Banks of the Wishkah”

– Led Zeppelin’s “Physical Graffiti”

– The Beatles’ “Please Please Me”

– The Rolling Stones’ “Their Satanic Majesties Request”

– The Beatles’ “The White Album”

– The Velvet Underground’s “The Velvet Underground and Nico”

– Bob Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks”

– The Smiths’ “The Queen is Dead”