particularly memorable, excellent, or praiseworthy. probably an allusion to the recording industry's practice of gold-plating albums that sell a certain amount of copies. "He did WHAT? That's gold!!"
Gold, released in 2001, is a record by Ryan Adams in the alternative country genre. It is the follow-up to Heartbreaker. The album went on to sell 364,000 copies, Adam's best-selling album to-date.
Gold is a 2CD compilation album by The Velvet Underground. It was released for the North American market on June 14, 2005, by Polydor, the record label that oversees the band's Universal Music Group back catalogue.
Gold is the second album by Starflyer 59. It was originally released in 1995. In 2005, it was reissued with five bonus tracks from the band's Goodbyes Are Sad 7 inch single and Le Vainqueur EP.
"Gold" is a song by Prince (then known as ) from his 1995 album The Gold Experience. Obviously proud of the number, Prince was touting the song as the next "Purple Rain" to reporters before the album's release. Indeed, the song is quite anthemic, though it lacks the singalong chorus of "Purple Rain".
Gold is a 2005 greatest hits collection from the hard rock band Kiss. This two-disc set covers the band's singles from 1974 to 1982.
Gold is a 2-disc Sublime compilation that catalogs the band's songs from their three studio albums as well as a few tracks from their B-side collection, Second-hand Smoke. This is the third and largest compilation of the band's songs to date. It was released on November 15, 2005.
Gold is a compilation of Cher's greatest hits released in 2005. The album was ironically released two years after the multi-platinum, The Very Best of Cher, yet it was well received by critics one being All Music Guide which gave it four and a half stars out of five.
Gold is the eighth and final album by the contestants of Music Stars, a reality television show in Switzerland. The album was released less than a month after the seventh, and reached a chart peak of #14 upon its release on April 10, 2005. The album spent six weeks in the Swiss top 100, and included songs by, amongst others, Salome Clausen (who has since had a number one single, "Gumpu"), Claudia D'Addio and Piero Esteriore.
Gold is a two-CD compilation of classic singles and album tracks by British singer/songwriter Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam. It is part of Universal Music's series of double-disc anthologies derived from their extensive back catalog. The track list starts with Stevens' early British hit "Matthew & Son" and ends with a new recording by Islam, "Indian Ocean", recorded and first released as a digital download on the i Tunes Music Store to benefit 2004 Asian Tsunami relief efforts.
Gold is a two-disc compilation album of Bob Marley songs released by Island Records in 2005.
Gold is a compilation album by Canadian rock band Rush, released April 25, 2006.
"Gold" was the third single released from Beverley Knight's studio album, Who I Am. The song, which peaked at #27 in Britain, was different to the album version - which was produced by Mike Spencer, and is a big favourite amongst fans.
Gold by The Beautiful South is the third greatest hits album to be released by the band. It is similar in design to other "Gold" albums released by bands either currently or previously of the Mercury Records label. The album is a 2 disc collection of both single and album tracks taken from the first 8 of the bands back catalogue.
Gold is a 2-disc greatest hits album by released by funk/R&B group Cameo in 2005. The collection is, track for track, the same release as 2002's Anthology, even including the same linear notes. The only difference is the new title and cover art.
Gold is a re-release of SONICFLOOd's first two albums with some bonus tracks. The release celebrated the RCAA-certified SONICFLOOd debut album. It was released by Gotee Records in 2004.
Gold:The Allman Brothers Band is a compilation album with songs from their first (The Allman Brothers Band) album until their 1979 album Enlightened Rogues. This was released in 2005. The booklet features an essay about the early history of the band written in 2005.