Most Valuable Lynyrd Skynyrd Album: Top 10

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What is the most valuable Lynyrd Skynyrd album? How do we judge its worth?

Join us as we find out!

1. Street Survivors

This landmark LP might seem like an obvious step to us now, but it was a shocker and a half at the time. Thus, it became one of the most important Lynyrd Skynyrd vinyl records and therefore among the most valuable on the market today.

Even despite the accident that surrounded this album, it’s still not in the top 100 most valuable vinyl records.

2. Gold & Platinum

This amalgamation of hits is a necessary reminder for some as to why we all place so much love and hope in these band members. Their greatest hits are here arrayed in sparkling form for all to appreciate, making it one of the most valuable compilations of all time.

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3. One More from the Road

This live album is now a classic, as well as a document of one of this successful band’s performing pinnacles. The members are all on fire here, bearing no sign whatsoever of the near-tragic plane crash that occurred only months before.

One More From the Road

4. First and… Last

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ability to end things is exhibited to the absolute max here. With such an ecstatic debut album, it’s clear that they know how to begin. But ending is an altogether different enterprise entirely, something that many can’t boast of knowing. Lynyrd Skynyrd can, though, and they can do so in an ecstatic and knowing fashion.

Skynyrd's First And...Last

5. Second Helping

Bet you had no idea just how many albums these guys had, eh? This original cover makes it begin to seem like they are entirely fabricated. Lynyrd Skynyrd only had one original pressing, right? They only had one real album years back, right? Wrong! Some great blues on display here!

Second Helping

6. Self-Titled

Boldly proclaiming that their name is pronounced Leh-nerd Skeh-nerd, this band brazenly swung themselves onto the US country rock scene in the early 70s to more or less instant acclaim. And their acclaim has only grown, their popularity only increased, as time has marched on.

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7. Best of the Rest

This is definitely one of the bands that seem to rock out hardest on their greatest hits album (of which there are a fair few). They are what many would refer to as a singles band, a band that is less devoted to producing cohesive album products than simply producing a bunch of more or less unrelated hit singles.

Best of the Rest

8. Nuthin’ Fancy

When a rock band is found to be self-deprecating you can be sure that they are going to deliver you a hell of a record. Here, the band proclaim to have nothing fancy up their collective sleeves, but it is precisely this back-to-basics attitude that helps them to produce some of their hardest-hitting tracks to date.

Nuthin' Fancy

9. Here, There, & Back

Though this album isn’t technically by Lynyrd Skynyrd, it is by their guitarist and founding member Allen Collins whose tone is an integral part of the original Skynyrd country rock sound.


10. Gimme Back My Bullets

Finally, we have the band in fighting form – here, they simply want their ammunition back.

Gimme Back My Bullets (Remastered)

Final Tones

So, there you have it! Hopefully, you’ve found something of value within these walls.

FAQs Most Valuable Lynyrd Skynyrd Albums

What is the most-sold album of Lynyrd Skynyrd?

This would be Skynyrd’s Innyrds (1989), a compilation of the band’s early material.

How many albums did the original Lynyrd Skynyrd make?

The original Lynyrd Skynyrd made 14 studio albums, 6 live albums, and 23 compilation albums. That number of compilations should be a red flag to anyone seeking originality and quality.

What was on the cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s album before the plane crash?

Infamously, Street Survivors‘ original cover – featuring the band’s seven members engulfed in flames – was quickly pulled after the crash and replaced by an alternate shot of the group standing in front of a stark black background.

What was Lynyrd Skynyrd’s last album?

The original lineup last appeared on the ill-fated Street Survivors album.

By Robert Halvari

My name is Robert Halvari - audio engineer and a total audiophile. I love vinyl because it has that natural character which brings music to life. I've been using and testing vinyl record players for around 15 years and I'm sharing my love and knowledge of vinyl by publishing all I know at Notes On Vinyl

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