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Avicii ‘Levels’ 12” sells for $1,764 on Discogs

It was revealed as part of a Discogs feature looking at the 30 most expensive items sold via the online vinyl marketplace in September

A copy of Avicii's 'Levels' has sold for a record-breaking amount on Discogs.

Revealed as part of a Discogs feature looking at the 30 most expensive items sold via the online vinyl marketplace in September, a 12" version of the late EDM legend's breakthrough track sold for $1,764.00.

Recently named as the biggest track in Tomorrowland history, the progressive house classic was originally released back in 2011. As well as receiving critical acclaim, the track found major commercial success, going platinum in eleven countries and multi-platinum in others. 

Topping Discogs' chart of the most expensive item sold in September was a copy of Pink Floyd's 'The Piper At The Gates of Dawn', which went for $6,500.

In other Avicii news, his 2013 ‘True’ album recently hit Spotify for the first time. Elsewhere, AVICII Invector was released on Nintendo Switch.

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