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:: Today in Rock History ::
- in 1958 - The comedy disc "Beep Beep" by the "Playmates" released in the UK with the commercial references to "Nash Rambler" and "Cadillac" etc. removed for BBC (TV) benefit. It failed to chart though it hit #4 in the US.
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To win a gold disc an album needs to sell five hundred thousand copies in the United States and one hundred thousand in Britain.