Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) released a A New World Record in October of 1976. Its cover art features, for the first time, the ELO logo, designed by Kosh. This logo would be included on most of the group’s subsequent releases. Certified gold by the RIAA on 10/25/76, you see it honored here as An Authentic, RIAA Certified, First Presentation, First-State, Gold “Floater”.20160316_180148_Richtone(HDR)I protect awards in storage using 18-1/4 x 26  2 mil polyethylene bags.  This particular bag is SKU: s18242 from BAGSUnlimited.20160316_180250_Richtone(HDR)


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Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) “Eldorado” Gold RIAA LP Floater Record Award

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“If the Beatles had taken “Sargent Pepper” on the road, they would have needed much the same line up, augmented with a full orchestra, as the Electric Light Orchestra.”  – Wikipedia In the late 1960s, Roy Wood — guitarist, vocalist and songwriter of The Move — had an idea to form a new band that would […]

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