Does anyone still make 8 tracks?

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Does anyone still make 8 tracks?

No manufacturers make 8-track tapes today, so the entire box set had to be created by tracking down existing tapes and then turning them into new releases.

What was the last 8-track?

Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits is probably the last album commercially released on 8-Track. While it is not a certainty, most collectors claim that Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits compilation in 1988 was the final commercially released 8-Track.

What are old 8-tracks worth?

The 8-track edition appears on auction sites reasonably regularly but always seems to attract buyers, averaging around $500 (£300).

Are Sealed 8 tracks worth anything?

What year did they stop making 8 tracks?

In the U.S., eight-track cartridges were phased out of retail stores in late 1982 and early 1983. However, some titles were still available as eight-track tapes through Columbia House and RCA (BMG) Music Service Record Clubs until late 1988.

What is the most valuable 8 track tape?

FRANK SINATRA & ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM SinatraJobim (Reprise/W7 1028, 1969) $4,500- $5,000 In 1969, Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim recorded sessions for what was to become their second release together, SinatraJobim.

  • THE BEATLES 20 Greatest Hits (Capitol Special Markets 8XL-8336, 1982) $750-$1,000.
  • Are Sealed 8-tracks worth anything?

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