Ah yes, I wondered how the charges work. I guess it makes sense that they update in batches rather than continuously as that would be a lot of work. Cheers discogs expert!
I think it updates after you’ve paid your fees to Discogs. Otherwise, in theory, you could create a fake profile and “buy” a load at an inflated price, generate real sales based on the inflated price, then cancel the fakes before paying fees.@john eden - you have been good on discogs so far so can I ask a question? We sold a copy on discgos the other day so I thought that the record of sales and stuff (where it says "last sold" and "median price" and so on) would update automatically but it doesn't, why is that? I mean presumably discogs complie that information for most releases, it can't be down to the seller, or do I have to register the sale somewhere for that info to change?
My copy of Jaguar No Me's Misekake LP landed a little while ago. Full disclosure, I'd have bought it anyway cos Rich and Liza are friends and I make a point of supporting good endeavours by good people when I can.
Fuck me though - it's flat-out amazing. I waited til I got the vinyl before giving it a proper listen despite having the files because I'm weird like that - I suppose we all are a bit. Anyway, although it's had to take a back seat occasionally when I've had something to review, it's been a pretty much constant listen when work has allowed. Impossible to pigeon-hole, endlessly inventive and incredibly rewarding.
If you haven't given it a listen yet, I wholeheartedly urge you to do so. It's fucking brilliant.