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gold record

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(Music, other) a former name for gold disc
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According to provincial gold records, from 1867 to 1941, the Mount Uniacke property produced more than 27000 ounces of gold.
'You can have everything, the swimming pool, the LA lifestyle, first-class travel and gold records on the wall.
Welshman Tom Jones was singing about the Green, Green Grass of Home in 1966 and used to display his gold records at his old home in Surrey.
The playlist is a gem and includes a fascinating recording of the "Gold Records." The sound came from the duplicate gold-plated copper disks that went into orbit with Voyagers 1 and 2 in 1977.
In both the Light and Dark variants, Bespoke Audio Speaker Frets are finished in yellow gold -- inspired by the historic NASA 'Voyager' satellites, that carried two gold records with sounds and images that portrayed the diversity of life on Earth, for any intelligent extra-terrestrial life that might find them.
The iconic contemporary singer has been a headliner for over three decades, piling up a record 40 Dove awards and is one of the most highly acclaimed vocalists of our time with five Grammy Awards, four Billboard Music awards, five gold records and 11 million units sold.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 23, 2018-Inca One Gold records 2,693 ounces of gold in October 2018
Global Banking News-November 23, 2018-Inca One Gold records 2,693 ounces of gold in October 2018
Band member Richard Jones said: "Cardiff Uni was the place for us to check out quite a few bands when we were younger, and it's the venue where we were given our first gold records for Word Gets Around.
The portfolio's has four commercial spaces currently leased by a mix of local tenants that include Sunday Routine, a local restaurant/bar; Fool's Gold Records, an independent hip-hop/electronic record label store and a day care center, among others.
Dalida earned more than 70 gold records during her 30-year career, as well as being the first singer to receive platinum and diamond discs.
The author of singles "J'entends frapper" and "Lovin' You Ain't Easy" became the first Canadian artist mentioned simultaneously on both the French and English Top 40 hit lists, and the first to earn gold records for his success in both official languages.