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GOLD. A metal used in making money, or coin. It is pure when the metal is unmixed with any other. Standard gold, is gold mixed with some other metal, called alloy. Vide Money.

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They will not struggle for material, however, as they have around 20 albums (many of which went gold on sales) and 30-odd singles to choose from.
Mulder's previous album, "Love Divine," also featuring the London Symphony Orchestra, went Gold and Platinum.
Championed by many fellow musicians like Taylor Swift, their first album went gold and they won four Grammy Awards before personal differences ended their partnership.
"I wish I could tell you some stow about my plans and how I pulled them off, but the truth is, the first record went gold, the single went gold, and I thought to myself, 'Wow, this is really cool, but I probably can't do this again.' I thought I'd just go back to being a guitar player after making a few extra million dollars.
His second album, Classic, was released by the record label giant Universal Music and went gold within two weeks of release, hitting number two in the UK Album Charts and selling more than 250,000 copies.
Wainwright's 2007 album Release the Stars went gold in the UK and he gained critical praise for long-players Want One and Want Two in the mid-noughties.
It's clear that yesterday was another defining moment in her career, after a whirlwind few months in which she picked up a Brits Critics Choice award and went gold with her debut album Who You Are.
Their self-titled debut album went gold and their second album, "Sehr-i Huzun", released in April of this year, uses instruments such as reed flute, piano, tambour and a traditional instrument called "baglama" to create a beautiful blend of western and eastern sounds, bringing out minor melodies that portray love, existential loneliness, death and melancholy.