Bootlegs on vinyl (10″, 12″ & LP)

A bootleg recording is an audio (or video) recording of a live performance or even an interview that was not officially released by the artist or under other legal authority.

Bootlegs can consist of recordings of live performances or material created in private or professional recording sessions. Changing technologies have had a great impact on the recording, distribution, and varying profitability of the underground industry. In the 70s bootlegs were mainly on vinyls, and years later the audio cassette greatly increased the distribution of bootleg recordings.
In the 1990s, there was a widespread conversion of many of the older bootlegs onto the compact disc format. Unofficial recordings became more readily available than ever before, resulting in thousands of bootlegs being circulated on CD amongst avid collectors and fans, in many cases of shows which had been originally recorded over thirty years previously.
However, the late 1990s and early 2000s saw an increase in the free trading of digital bootlegs, sharply decreasing the demand for and profitability of physical bootlegs. The rise of standard audio file formats such as MP3 and FLAC, combined with the ability to share files between computers via e-mail, FTP, instant messaging, and specialized peer-to-peer file sharing networks such as Napster and BitTorrent, made it simpler than ever for bootleg collectors to exchange rarities. Older analog recordings were converted to digital format for the first time, tracks from bootleg CDs were ripped to computer hard disks, and new material was created with digital recording of various types, and all of these types could now be easily shared. The quality and portability of recording devices and microphones also increased exponentially, resulting in recordings which were often on a par with official releases. One notable change caused by this shift in technology was the unit of exchange: instead of album-length collections or live recordings of entire shows, fans often now had the option of searching for and downloading bootlegs of individual songs.

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In Nuce – MILESTONE (MS 1001) ~ Picture disc. 10″
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Queen – PIONEER (P-8427E-P) ~ Picture disc with OBI
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Tokyo Rampage – – (TKRWM 1801)
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In The Mirror Again – VOX POPULI XV (-) ~ Green marble vinyl – Front
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In The Mirror Again – VOX POPULI XV (-) ~ Green marble vinyl – Side A
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Cardiac Arrest – GREEN HIPPO (HIP 001) ~ Blue vinyl, limited edition of 500 pcs – Front
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Cardiac Arrest – GREEN HIPPO (HIP 001) ~ Blue vinyl, limited edition of 500 pcs. Side A- Labels without tracklist
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Tokyo – you’ve got a beautiful smile… – GATO CORDO (12386) ~ Clear vinyl. Front
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Tokyo – you’ve got a beautiful smile… – GATO CORDO (12386) ~ Clear vinyl. Side A
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Queen II – EMI EMA 767 – P GERMANY (2009) ~ Picture disc
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Greatest Hits – EMI EMTV30 OC 062-78 041 UK (-)~ Red marble vinyl. Front
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Greatest Hits – EMI EMTV30 OC 062-78 041 UK (-) ~ Red marble vinyl. Side A
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Rock You From Rio – Live – Vinyl Passion (VP 80003)
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We Are The Champions – EMI (-) ~ Picture disc 10″. Special limited edition for Queen Fan Club Japan. Copy 021/250
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Live In Budapest – – (2Q-92X) ~ Red and clear vinyl – Front
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Live In Budapest – – (2Q-92X) ~ Red and clear vinyl – Side A
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Live In Budapest – – (2Q-92X) ~ Red and clear vinyl – Side C
Who Wants To Live Forever / Who Wants To Live Forever / Killer Queen / Forever - - (-) ~ Picture disc
Who Wants To Live Forever / Who Wants To Live Forever / Killer Queen / Forever – – (-) ~ Picture disc
Highlander Soundtrack – EMI (7 049880 660585) ~ Picture disc. Fake even if it comes with EMI printed on it – Front
Highlander Soundtrack – EMI (7 049880 660585) ~ Picture disc. Fake even if it comes with EMI printed on it – Back
A Kind Of Magic / A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling - Three Hundred Records (-) ~ Picture disc
A Kind Of Magic / A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling – Three Hundred Records (-) ~ Picture disc
Live Magic - EMI (PLP 062 24 06751) ~ Picture disc. Bootleg
Live Magic – EMI (PLP 062 24 06751) ~ Picture disc
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Remember Freddie (Part 1,2,3) – ON STAGE RECORDS (ON PD 2240/2249) ~ 3 Picture discs – Part 1
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Remember Freddie (Part 1,2,3) – ON STAGE RECORDS (ON PD 2240/2249) ~ 3 Picture discs – Part 2
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Remember Freddie (Part 1,2,3) – ON STAGE RECORDS (ON PD 2240/2249) ~ 3 Picture discs – Part 3
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Everytime Everywhere – COSMIC COMMUNICATIONS (LV 106) ~ Picture disc – Copy n.2212
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Live AIDS – FAN CLUB LUXEMBOURG (CP 1992) ~ Picture disc – Copy n.003/075
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Rare Live – – (03H72032) ~ Red vinyl – Front
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Rare Live – – (03H72032) ~ Red vinyl – Side A
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Press Conferences – – (QUEEN 7-2S) ~ Shaped picture disc

 

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Interview – – (QUEEN 10P) ~ Picture disc. 10″
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Interview – baktabak (2014) ~ Picture disc