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Gold Discs, Record Signed - Letter O
Prospective buyers should note that the displays of gold discs and records offered are of the highest quality, despite their realistic prices. Fans and collectors of Oasis memorabilia are sure to be delighted by the content of the "O" sub-category, which offers 2 displays featuring albums by the band.
Oasis gold discs displays include 2005 release, "Don't Believe the Truth," which topped the UK Albums Charts, reached no.12 in the US Billboard 200 and achieved multi-platinum status in the UK and Ireland, along with gold status in Canada and Japan. The other of their signed gold records is the 2008-released "Dig Out Your Soul," another UK chart-topper, which was successful in the USA, reaching as high as no. 5 in the Billboard 200 and making the top 10 in 7 other countries.
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, generally abbreviated to OMD, are a New Wave / Synthpop / Post-punk group, founded in 1978. The founder members were Andy McClusky and Paul Humphreys from the Wirral Peninsula, Merseyside, England. Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes had joined the group by the end of 1980 and these four formed the nucleus of the group until 1989, although there were intermittent variations in the line-up. The group enjoyed its most successful period in the early 1980s, including massive hit single "Enola Gay" (named after the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima), along with further hits, "Joan of Arc" and "Maid of Orleans." Despite a huge 1985 North American hit with "If You Leave," OMD's popularity was declining in the UK, whilst they failed to make the most of their breakthrough in the United States. The display offered amongst these signed gold records features their 1988 compilation album, "The Best of OMD," which was a commercial success, reaching no. 2 in the UK Album Charts, no. 46 in the US Billboard 200 and no. 8 in Germany's Media Control Charts.