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These popular gold discs and gold records form part of an extensive collection of high quality albums. All of the gold records and gold discs in this selection should prove attractive to any collector.


Critically acclaimed Van Morrison, a Northern Irish singer/songwriter, known for his stubborn, idiosyncratic nature; has released a number of notable works including 'Moondance' and 'Astral Weeks,' widely considered to be among some of the greatest albums ever created in the history of music. During the 1970s Van Morrison developed an impressive reputation in the music industry with many albums, tours and performances that were very well received by audiences. He has also collaborated with a number of other artists, including The Chieftains and Georgie Fame. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame have both welcomed him. Van Morrison has been featured on a list of 'Greatest Artists' by numerous rankings and he boasts a total of six Grammies.

The American ska, punk, hip hop, party group Voodoo Glow Skulls formed in Riverside California, comprising of brothers Jorge, Eddie, Frank Casillas and close friend Jerry O'Neill. They released their first EP in 1990 and embarked on a DIY US tour the same year. In 1991 the band added a horn section, which included Joey Hernandez for the saxophone, Osh on the trombone and Joe McNally, who played the trumpet. Soon they released their debut album 'Who Is, This Is?' a year later and four further albums, which altogether sold 750,000 copies across the globe. They began to receive good reviews and support from MTV and commercial radio stations and performed on the Warped Tour in 1998. Voodoo Glow Skulls have also been featured on a number of 'Punk-O-Rama' releases by Epitaph. In 2009 the band performed 'Nags Head', 'Random Hand' and 'Beat The Red Light' in High Wycombe in England.

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