Some Aphex Twin fans who desperately wanted to hear his 1994 album Caustic Window got together to form a plan. They created a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to jointly purchase the album, and now the aforementioned test pressing has been sold for a staggering amount.

It was sold on the 23rd for $46,300 which is way, way more than the asking price of $13,500 when it went for sale a few months ago on Discogs (before the Kickstarter deal went underway). One third of the profits will go to Aphex Twin and Rephlex Records, another third will go to charity, and the rest will be given to Kickstarter contributors as a rebate. Stream the album below!

UPDATE: it turns out that well-off record collector who purchased the LP was none other than Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson. He tweeted “So I kinda paid a lot for a double LP from the ’90s,” which was then retweeted by the WATMM twitter account before the person behind the Caustic Window Kickstarter confirmed it. Joyrex explained “He’s a really cool guy, and didn’t even consider the charity aspect when buying it (but was really happy to hear that half is going to charity) – he’s been an Aphex fan since he was young,” adding “My daughter was blown away that the guy who made the game she endlessly plays bought a record off her dad for 46K.”