DJ gets mega offers after discovering a mispressed Beyonce Lemonade vinyl
A copy of a Beyonce Lemonade vinyl turned out to have the sounds of Canadian punk band, Zex on it.
Dale Lush, a 37-year-old DJ from Edinburgh has been bombarded with monetary offers to buy this ultra-rare vinyl copy of Beyonce AKA Zex.
An unassuming Lush was eager to play the ‘A side’ of Beyonce’s Lemonade vinyl album but was met with the thrashing sounds of ‘Burn the Flag’ and ‘Child Soldiers’ by the Canadian rockers.
It has been reported that a minute batch of vinyl were mispressed with the rock songs due to a manufacturing faux-pas by a record company.
It appears to be a very lucrative faux-pas as the DJ has been hit with over 60 requests to purchase the vinyl, with one offer amounting to 500 pounds.
People love owning something that no one else has.
Zex’s Lemonade stand
Lush was keen to get his vinyl collector hands on a successful album like Beyonce’s Lemonade, little did he know how successful his copy would be!
“Beyonce’s album was massive last year so all vinyl collectors were keen to get their hands on the official limited vinyl package,” he said.
When it arrived, he marveled at it, but didn’t get to take it for a spin until the Saturday when the truth came blasting out.
“I went to play it and instead of Queen Bey hits such as Pray You Catch Me, Hold Up and Don’t Hurt Yourself – I heard this punk band come bouncing out the speakers.”
Caught in a ‘topsy-turvy’ world, he Shazam’d it and it turned out to be the musical styling’s of Zex, a punk band in Canada.
It is reported that a mere 27 copies of this mispress exist, and it is sought after by Beyonce fans, Zex fans, as well as vinyl collectors.
Beyonce’s Lemonade vinyl mispress could quench the thirst of punk rockers.