Gold Discs, Records Limited Edition
Gold Discs, Records Limited Edition - Letter L
These gold discs and gold records are very reasonably priced, allowing enthusiasts to assemble an impressive collection without excessive outlay.
English heavy metal / hard rock pioneers, Led Zeppelin, were active from 1968 to 1980, excluding several subsequent reunions. This highly influential band achieved overwhelming success, with worldwide sales in excess of 200 million albums - putting them amongst the best-selling bands of all time. All their original studio albums made the top 10 of the US Billboard 200 Album Charts, with six no. 1s. 'Rolling Stone' magazine described them as "unquestionably one of the most enduring bands in rock history."
Fans and collectors seem sure to be delighted by their album displays, with chart-topping albums from the 1970s on offer. 1973 release, 'Houses of the Holy,' was a no. 1 in both the UK and United States; certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and 11x platinum by the Recording industry Association of America (RIAA). 'Physical Graffiti' (1975) and 'In Through the Out Door' (1979) achieved similar chart success. The former was certified 16x platinum by the RIAA and dual-platinum by the BPI, while the latter was certified 6x platinum and platinum by the respective bodies.
Liberty X were a group made up of the last five contestants eliminated from 2001 British TV show, 'Popstars.' Given the unusual nature of their formation and their 2007 disbanding, any memorabilia is very collectible. Amongst the gold records is their 2002 debut album, 'Thinking it Over,' which reached no. 3 in the UK Albums Charts, receiving dual-platinum certification from the BPI.
English jazz-funk band, Level 42, enjoyed most success in the 1980s and 90s. They are renowned for Mark King's 'slap-bass' guitar technique and the effective combination of his lead vocals with the falsetto backing of keyboard player, Mike Lindup. Their 1989 compilation album, 'Level Best,' reached no. 5 in the UK Albums Charts and was certified gold by the BPI.