Thinking of selling my Split Enz boxed sets

Hi all,

Was thinking about going down to a record store today and it made me think that I have absolutely zero of the remastered Split Enz CDs.  Of course I have the 1992 (?) boxed sets so I have all the original recordings, anyway.

This got me thinking, maybe someone would be interested in buying my boxed sets? (And I could then finance purchasing the remasters.)  The only problem is that I don't know what they originally cost so I am not sure how to arrange sale here on the forum - I gather that's the rule.

FWIW my silver boxed set is signed by Noel and Nigel, and my gold boxed set booklet has a paper insert signed by the Tim/Neil/Eddie/Noel/Nigel. 

Also if you think I'm crazy to think of selling them tell me why   Like if the remasters aren't worth it or anything. 

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"I don't wanna sail upon the waters of invention tonight..."
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Personally, I like the overall tone of the remasters and some of the remixing, especially the Frenzy album, is far superior to the originals, but the whole thing is let down by the OTT compression. It utterly spoils what would otherwise have been a very worthy exercise.

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