Gold Discs, Record Ltd. Edition, Photo Displays
Competitive pricing and professionally electroplated gold discs make these high quality, eye-catching displays excellent value for money. The "S" sub-category features an eclectic assortment of artists and musical genres.
Manchester soul band, Simply Red, have achieved in excess of 50 million album sales in a career spanning 4 decades. With the band due to split in December 2010, fans will be anxious to secure Simply Red gold records and other memorabilia. The display featuring their 2003 album, "Home," looks ideal. The album peaked at no.2 in the UK Album Charts, achieving dual-platinum status.
English rock band, Status Quo, characterised by their distinctive "boogie rock," originated in the 1962 formation of "The Spectres" by Francis Rossi and Alan Lancaster. Following several line-up changes, the band became "Status Quo" in 1970. The band have enjoyed extensive commercial success over 5 decades, including several gold records. Collectors may find their 1980 compilation album, "12 Gold Bars," appealing. Featuring hit singles from the 1970s, it peaked at no.3 in the UK Album Charts, remaining in the charts for forty-eight weeks, longer than any of their other albums. Another of Status Quo's gold discs on offer is "Rock 'Til You Drop," their 20th studio album, which was awarded gold certification by the BPI.
The Spice Girls, formed in 1994, are, according to the BBC, the best-selling girl group of all-time. Fans are sure to be delighted by the display featuring their 1996 debut album, "Spice." The album was a massive worldwide success, topping the UK Album Charts and US Billboard 200, along with reaching no.1 in a further 17 countries, achieving at least multiple gold certification in them all. Certified 10-times Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and 7-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the album achieved in excess of 23 million sales worldwide, making it one of the most successful of all-time.