That's their standard release date for anything they don't know.brian05 wrote:From BPI,
BEATLES - HEY JUDE
Silver Certification (Single) 12 May 2017
UNIVERSAL MUSIC (APPLE CORPS)
Released 01 January 2000
Strange release date. Digital download from November 2010.
Original sales 950,000 plus 200,000 downloads = 1,150,000 to date?
As would I I think they really need to google...brian05 wrote:They should have asked me - I would have told them Friday 30th August 1968.
Suppose its a default value in their database for any release date before April 1973.
Forest14 -- It is the Video (DVD), version of 'Forever Gold' that has been given a UK Platinum Disk - for 50,000+ Sales.Forest14 wrote:Abba had another platinum disc for 'Forever gold'. This contains both Abba gold and More Abba gold. It could be argued that Abba gold is 18x platinum.
The revamped site, epecially the certifications database is a total mess. I'm hoping this is just a temporary problem and the BPI are able to make the site and the database more user friendly.Edu wrote:A new look and horribly hard to see the BPI awards given to each artist...
And I'm going crazy or now we CAN'T see how many times a record went Platinum???
They only show "multi-platinum" but don't show how many platinums were awarded.
What a stupidity. Or I'm missing something??
One more example of "looks" over" substance"...
Some titles are wrong, but with the release date most problems can be solved - but the Redbone thing from 2005 definitely is no single...brian05 wrote:Still not perfect.
3 weeks of updates on BPI web site. Some repetition noted.
That's a strange single by The Pixies!!!!