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Green Day Bootlegs

Hello folks,

Looking through my old cd collection i found a couple of Green Day bootlegs cds, finding it hard to put a value on them as i may sell them. Has anybody seen these for sale recently.

More Boring Day

Teenage Rampage

Any advice on this would be great.

Thanks

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Have a quick search on Ebay, there's always those kinds of things up for sale on there.

There are other users on here like Tman and DerKoal who could tell you a lot more than I ever could though :)

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Hey

Yeah had a look on ebay, Cant find More Boring days, but there is one copy of Teenage Rampage for £79,89, to be honest i dont belive thats the going rate!

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Hey

Yeah had a look on ebay, Cant find More Boring days, but there is one copy of Teenage Rampage for £79,89, to be honest i dont belive thats the going rate!

You could always just download it, if you're just looking for the music :P

Actual physical bootlegs are always going to be pricey these days.

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I am an old school music collector, bootlegs should be shared between the fans not sold as the artist makes no money from them, even if you bought the bootleg.

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I have a stack of bootlegs when i went through a stage of buying them many years back.

Boring Days In Paradise cost me around £16 but this was during the American Idiot hype where everything was over inflated.

Teenage Rampage cost me about £7 that was a year before American Idiot. So that seem's more realistic.

I've been considering selling my bootlegs for a little while as well i don't listen to them any more, it's a never ending list so the collection isn't close to being complete. (Whereas my singles collection up until the trilogy is closer to completion, it's missing a bit but 80+ cd's in a stack looks decent enough :D).

I'm not really sure where your best place would be to sell. If you ask Andres nicely, he might allow you to sell to a fan on here. I don't think Ebay will be the best place anymore, unless you want to hold on them for a few months and hope that when the tour starts up, the media hype will be going around so you get a better price.

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Hello folks,

Looking through my old cd collection i found a couple of Green Day bootlegs cds, finding it hard to put a value on them as i may sell them. Has anybody seen these for sale recently.

More Boring Day

Teenage Rampage

Any advice on this would be great.

Thanks

Check your PM ;)

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Hello folks,

Looking through my old cd collection i found a couple of Green Day bootlegs cds, finding it hard to put a value on them as i may sell them. Has anybody seen these for sale recently.

More Boring Day

Teenage Rampage

Any advice on this would be great.

Thanks

Just bought "More boring Days" from ebay. 10,50 €.

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