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These items are stunning and look fantastic on office/home walls and are great talking points. A must for a fan or collector.
A MASSIVE DISPLAY ITEM
A stunning Ltd. Edition item - limited to only 50.
A stunning massive Limited Edition display featuring a cd platinum disc & photo display.All items have been mounted in the frame, not just stuck on and comes with a metal plaque with the limited edition number on it. (The one in the photo is #1 but you will receive between #1 - #50)
Comes with a full Certificate Of Authenticity with the issue number.
The platinum disc has been professionally electroplated, so will not crack or peel.
Framed in a 60cms x 50cms (24 inches x 20 inches) Silver Aluminium frame with mount, and covered with plexi-glass (which doesn't break like glass).An unique item from Everythingcollectible.Inc. Check out our About Us page for more information on authenticity etc. We don't deal in copies or pre-prints of any kind. We are a V.A.T. Registered Company, therefore if you require a V.A.T. Receipt, please email us after you have made your purchase.
One of the biggest pop acts of the mid to late 1990s, the Backstreet Boys took the US and international audiences by storm when they formed in 1993. Originally, the group was a duo of cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, who sang in and around their hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, in festivals and their church choirs. Meanwhile in Orlando, Florida, the group's other members A.J. McLean, Nick Carter, and Howie Dorough had been performing as a vocal trio around Orlando.
Kevin Richardson met the trio soon after he moved to Orlando to work at Walt Disney World, and joined them to form a vocal harmony quartet. After rehearsing and performing locally, the quartet met show business impresario Lou Pearlman, who had been actively seeking young singers to form a vocal group. Pearlman was immediately impressed with the quartet, and added Brian Littrell after he auditioned for the group by phone.
Now a quintet, Pearlman christened them "The Backstreet Boys" after a local market, and they performed at various venues around South Florida, the very first of which was at SeaWorld, Orlando in 1993. The rest of 1993 saw the group touring US schools, and while touring they received numerous recording contract offers, and finally settled with Zomba/Jive in 1994.
Early the next year, they traveled to Sweden to record their first songs with notable pop producer Max Martin. In 1995, they released their first single, "We've Got It Going On" to modest success in their native US, while it became a smash hit in many European countries, debuting in the top 5. After the group's promoters moved their publicity efforts mostly across the Atlantic, the quintet toured Europe and released their eponymous debut album internationally, with the exceptions of the US and Canada, in 1996, which went on to become a Platinum Record-selling album in Germany, and the group also achieved Gold Record status for their single "I'll Never Break Your Heart" in Germany.
After their unprecedented international success, the band returned to the US to release their debut there, as well as their sophomore album Backstreet's Back. Their second effort proved to be an even bigger international success than their debut, reaching the number one chart position in several countries outside the US, including Germany, Norway, and the European Top 100 list. The US re-release of their debut in 1997 included tracks from their second album, and became their first real US hit, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Top 200, and becoming a 14-times Platinum Record album.
Returning after extensive touring, the group recorded their third studio album, Milennium, in studios in New York, Stockholm, and Orlando, and released it in 1999. Another step in the quintet's steady rise to international superstardom, the album was a nearly unanimous chart-topper, and quickly became a thirteen-times Platinum Record album.
In 2000, the Backstreet Boys released another album of expertly crafted pop tunes, with their album Black & Blue, recorded at studios in New Jersey, Orlando, and Los Angeles. Another multi-Platinum Record seller, it broke sales records by selling five million copies in its first week of release. Black & Blue was also a game changer for the group, as it partially featured its members performing instrumentally as well as vocally, and quickly became another fan favorite. After Black & Blue, the quintet continued to tour and appear in public together, though they focused individual efforts on solo projects and collaborated with other artists. The Backstreet Boys have returned to the stage and studios periodically since then to record and perform. Everything Collectible has a great collection of Gold Records and Platinum Records of this exceptional boy band!