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ALL SAINTS/CD GOLD DISC/RECORD/SIGNED/COA


Item ID: 15650

Price: £129.99

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A stunning Cd Gold Disc of All Saints' album "All Saints".  The cd cover has been signed by Nicole and Natalie Appleton personally.
 

Framed in a 40cms x 50cms Gold Aluminium Frame and covered with plexi-glass (which doesn’t break like glass). 

Comes with the original CD and CD cover.

Our discs are professionally gold electroplated, so won’t crack or peel.

All our items are authentic and hand signed and come with a Certificate of Authenticity from Everythingcollectible.com Est. 1998     We don't deal with copies or pre-prints of any kind.
 
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All Saints Gold and Platinum Records Shine Through Framed Displays

Coming together in the mid-nineties amidst scores of girl groups and boy bands dominating pop charts, British vocal group All Saints was formed when singers Shaznay Lewis and Melanie Blatt met Canadian sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton. Lewis, who had been performing and writing songs from a young age, ultimately became the group's principal songwriter and had contributed to the majority of their 1997 eponymous debut's tracks.

At their beginnings, All Saints were encumbered by critical expectations and preconceptions of their similarity to the consummate girl group of the era, the Spice Girls. While both groups hail from the UK and churned out polished, poppy dance-pop numbers, the Spice Girls lacked All Saints' singing ability as well as songwriting talent and sensibility. Under Lewis' intuitive and informed musical direction, the group produced numerous hits that featured well-honed vocal harmonies, enduring dance beats, and lyrics that clearly took more thought than the saccharine, run-of-the-mill love songs of the day.

All Saints also featured all four members rapping credibly, in addition to cleverly chosen sampling, most notable of which is Steely Dan's "The Fez", which can be heard on the track "I Know Where It's At". Overall, All Saints showed a potentiality as well as maturity for a group of this kind in their musical and lyrical choices, despite their lack of the Spice Girls' flashy showmanship. At its release, the album became a Platinum Record in the United States as well as five-times Platinum Record in their native UK, and spawned the top-ten hit "Never Ever". The album also won them an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Breakthrough Artist, as well as two BRIT awards for Best Single and Best Video.

In the wake of their debut's success, the group came back with their fourth consecutive hit single, "Pure Shores", which went on to be part of the soundtrack of Danny Boyle's film The Beach, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio.

After "Pure Shores", the quartet released a full-length studio album in 2000, entitled Saints and Sinners. The majority of the album's material was written by Lewis and British songwriter Karl Gordon (aka K-Gee), and was produced by notable UK producer William Orbit. Another commercial success for the group, Saints and Sinners became their first and only number one album in the UK, and included several charting hits. The album became a two-times Platinum Record in the UK. Soon after its release, however, the group fell victim to both tabloid gossip and inter-group drama, culminating in their temporary break-up in 2001. The group released two final singles, "Black Coffee" and "All Hooked Up", which charted at numbers one and seven, respectively. Reasons given to the press for their break-up were mostly business and financial issues, though Lewis herself stated that the final straw in their conflict came when the group argued over which one would wear a particular item of clothing in a promotional photo-shoot, specifically a jacket. After the break-up, the group's record company, London Records, released All Hits, a greatest hits album that eventually became a certified Gold Record. Since their 2001 split, the girls reunited in 2006 to record Studio 1, to the delight of their fans, and have since made numerous solo and television appearances. Everything Collectible has a nice collection of Gold and Platinum Records of the group.