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These realistically priced displays of gold discs, gold records and photographs are of the highest quality and a "must have" for fans and enthusiasts.
Memorabilia associated with Manchester rock band Oasis is eminently collectible following Noel Gallagher's departure from the band and brother Liam discounting the remaining band members continuing under the Oasis name. Collectors seem sure to be pleased by a display of their 1994 debut album, "Definitely Maybe." The fastest selling all-time debut album at the time of its release, it went straight to the top of the UK Album Charts. It has been awarded multi-platinum (7x) certification in the UK, with in excess of 2 million sales. "Definitely Maybe" was also a commercial success in the United States, with over a million copies sold. Although only getting as high as no. 58 in the US Billboard 200, it topped the US Top Heatseekers Charts (for new or developing acts) and subsequently sold in excess of 7.5 million copies worldwide.
Another of the band's gold records included in the "O" sub-category is their next release, "(What's the Story) Morning Glory." Released in October 1995, the album was a huge commercial success, with UK sales of some 350,000 within its first week, entering the UK Album Charts at no. 1, where it remained for 10 weeks. With UK sales of some 4.5 million, it is the 3rd top-selling album in UK chart history, behind only Queen's "Greatest Hits" and The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." The album also reached no. 4 in the US Billboard 200, along with topping the album charts of Australia, New Zealand and Spain. "(What's the Story) Morning Glory" boasts some impressive certifications, with multi-platinum status in both the UK and US. Total worldwide sales are thought to exceed 15 million.