August 2018 also saw the album that’s considered to be the ninth best by Pink Floyd sold for$13,953. Which is, to state the least, bananas. There was some technique to the madness here, as the album was signed, however still, remarkably expensive.
With these precedents on hand, you might think that nothing too interesting decreased in September 2018. And you are sort of right! Which isn’t bad, it’s still exceptionally satisfying to explore our chart and discover rather odd artists rubbing shoulders with well-known classics.What I typically
do when I initially inspect this chart is scrolling down to see what the number 1 is! And this chart rarely dissatisfies. This month, the chart is crowned by prog-rock cult band Space, whose only album ever has actually chosen $ 3,636! While there isn’t that much details readily available about the band, I could find a bio in Prog Archives:”Formed by friends in 1968, Room was a really good quintet from Blandford Online forum, Dorset that made one album for Decca after winning second reward at a Melody Maker skill contest in ’69. The unit included guitarist Steve Edge and featured the special voice of Jane Kevern, Roy Putt’s bass, Bob Jenkin’s percussion and the lead guitar of Chris Williams. The 5 accomplished a large, thriving noise by merging heavy psychedelic rock, progressive jazz and full orchestration.’ Pre-Flight’ was released in 1970 sporting an antique triplane on the cover and though primarily overlooked, showed to be a more than deserving contribution to the growing progressive art scene”.
The rest of our chart is a healthy mix in between popular artists (exists any Top 30 without Nirvana on it?) and more strange acts. Examine the entire list below: