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It is well worth noting that, despite the competitive pricing of these displays of gold discs, gold records and photographs, they are extremely high quality items, representing excellent value for money.
Currently included in the "H" sub-category of gold records is "Hannah Montana," the soundtrack for the Disney Channel series. A 2006, Walt Disney Records release, the first 8 tracks are sung by Miley Cyrus in character as Hannah Montana, while the last track is sung by Cyrus (as herself) with her father, Billy Ray Cyrus. The album has sold over 3.6 million copies in the USA, entering the US Billboard 200 at no. 1, with sales in excess of 4.5 million worldwide. Eight tracks from the album have charted on the Billboard Hot 100, including the theme song, "The Best of Both Worlds".
Doubtless, this sub-category will expand. Possible future items might include US country star, Emmylou Harris, who has enjoyed success since the 1970s. Appropriate gold discs might be "Pieces of the Sky," effectively her debut album, from 1975, which reached no. 7 in the Billboard country albums chart and "Elite Hotel," released in December of the same year, which topped the same chart. The album spawned two no.1 country singles in "Together Again" and a cover version of Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams," with "One of These Days" peaking at no. 3.
Former Beatles' lead guitarist George Harrison also enjoyed a successful solo career, with numerous gold records. Perhaps the most likely contender for inclusion is 1970 release, "All Things Must Pass," following the break-up of the Beatles. It was the inaugural triple album by a solo artist, reached no.1 in both UK and US charts and was certified 6x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America