Poison released their third album, Flesh & Blood, on June 21, 1990. It was a highly successful album, peaking at No. 2 and selling millions of copies. According to Wikipedia, the ballad “Something To Believe In” was dedicated to the band’s security guard and close friend James Kimo Maano who died.

This celebration is an Authentic, First Presentation, First-State, RIAA R Hologram Cassette Single Award. Another example of the shifting formats of the R Hologram era.

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Poison – 4 Album – 15,000,000 Copies Worldwide – In House CD Award

Poison’s glam metal achieved huge success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. This In-House award made by Fitzgerald Hartley Marketing, beautifully celebrates the phenomenal sales of their first four albums. With a love of music and label skills honed at Warner Bros. and Electra Asylum Records, Hale Milgrim guided Capitol Records as President from […]

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