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    Electric Light Orchestra Out of the Blue RIAA Platinum Album Sales Award (United Artists JTLA-823-L2, 1977). At number 23 on VH1's list of best-selling double albums of all time, ELO's seventh effort was released in October, 1977 and sold approximately ten million copies worldwide. A Prog Rock masterwork heavily influenced by the Pop sounds of the Beatles and Beach Boys, the entire album was written and produced by lead-vocalist Jeff Lynne. According to the plaque beneath the platinum disc, the award was presented to famed A&R man Artie Mogull - known for discovering Bob Dylan, among many others - to "Commemorate the Sale of More Than 1,000,000 Copies of the United Artists Records Album and Cassette 'Out of the Blue'". Framed to an overall 17" x 21". In Excellent condition.

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