By Britt Bickel

In celebration of National One Hit Wonder Day today (Sept. 25), we’re taking a look back on some of these beloved hits of the past.

To help us mark the occasion, music expert and collector Mighty John Marshall of counted down the top ten most valuable one hit wonder vinyl collectibles.

Double-check your record collection, because you never know when you could have hundreds of dollars just sitting in your home!

Mighty John’s Top 10 One Hit Wonder Day Vinyl Collectibles

10. (1964) Red Bird LP, Dixie Cups: “Chapel of Love” — $100

9. (1971) Atco 45, Derek & The Dominoes: “Layla” (long version on one side, short version on the flip) — $100

8. (1978) Elextra picture disc, Warren Zevon: “Werewolves of London” — $100

7. (1984) Geffen 45, Sammy Hagar: “I Can’t Drive 55” (red vinyl) — $200

6. (1964) Exeter 45, Bobby Fuller: “I Fought The Law (And The Law Won) — $300

5. (1963) Jerden 45, The Kingsmen: “Louie Louie” — $300

4. (1962) Gordy LP, Contours: “Do You Love Me (Now That I Can Dance)” — $350

3. (1967) all-American 45, Strawberry Alarm Clock: “Incense and Peppermint” — $400

2. (1976) Columbia 45, Manhattans: “Kiss and Say Goodbye” (x-rated version) — $400

1. (1963) DFS 45, Safaris: “Wipe Out” — $4,500



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