On This Day October 6th in Rock & Roll History

On this Day October 6, 2011 “We Built This City on Rock and Roll” by Starship is voted worst song of the 1980’s in a poll in Rolling Stone magazine. Its $5.00 value may attest to that. Before the band was Starship, it was known as Jefferson Starship. Before that it was Jefferson Airplane and that’s where the money is. The album “Jefferson Airplane Takes Off,” released in 1966 on RCA, can sell for $75.00 if there are 11 tracks on the album. However, if a copy has 12 tracks, the value can jump to $500.00.

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