“All I want is you” in purple 7″ Vinyl was printed and distributed via an Australian radio station to the listeners after a radio contest. The printed copies were 105 and were produced by the Australian label “Festival Records”.
According to Discogs, U2 did not approve of “all I want is you” on purple 7” vinyl record and asked for the records to be withdrawn. It is said that only about 30 copies have been handed over and the rest have been destroyed.
All I Want is You was released in 1989 and was the last single from the album Rattle and Hum.
This particular version has been sold for up to €2720 and is considered one of the most expensive vinyl records of U2.
You’ll find a few floating around still, but expect to pay between €2200 and €2400 for it
– RYM Rating 3.77 / 5.0
– Value (NM): €2200-€2400
TOP 5 HIGHEST SOLD PRICES (ebay)
€2797 (1 bid – Start Price:€2797) / 2004-09-02 /( Cover: M| Media: M / Seller from Australia)
€2720 (1 bid – Start Price:€2720) / 2016-06-27 /( Cover: VG| Media: VG / Seller from Australia)
€2697 (27 bids – Start Price:€1) / 2009-03-18 /( Cover: VG++| Media: VG++ / Seller from USA)
€2183 (1 bid – Start Price:€2183) / 2014-12-31 /( Cover: NM| Media: VG+ / Seller from Australia)
€2066 (15 bid – Start Price:€80 ) / 2013-04-21 /( Cover: EX| Media: VG / Seller from USA)
Festival Records – K805
Vinyl, 7″, Limited Edition, Purple
Matrix / Runout (A Side): KRW – A – 8 m 6C SMX 71413
Matrix / Runout (B Side): KRW – B – 7 6c M SMX 71414
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