The Beatles dominate the Top 10 list of the most expensive recordings, which is compiled every two years by Record Collector magazine.
The list is actually topped by the Quarrymen, a pre-Beatles band that featured John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John "Duff" Lowe and Colin Hanton. A unique acetate copy of their demo "That'll Be The Day/In Spite Of All The Danger," worth about $320,000, comes in at number one on the list. Taking second place is a 1981 7-inch 45 rpm and 10-inch 78 rpm replica of the 1958 "That'll Be the Day/In Spite of All the Danger," worth about $16,000.
The Beatles dominate the rest of the list with their 1968 self-titled Apple release, followed by "Please Please Me" and their 1962 "Love Me Do/PS I Love You" double-sided single.
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