Record label award for Breathe album All That Jazz signed by group members David Glasper, Marcus Lillington, and Ian "Spike" Spice. Released in August 1987, the album peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200 and #22 on the UK Albums Chart. The album produced the hits "Don't Tell Me Lies", "Jonah", "All That Jazz", and their signature hit "Hands to Heaven". Remember Ian "Spike" Spice (1966-2000) with this award.
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- A&M Records label "gold" album award with gold VHS cassette signed by group members
- In VG to Excellent condition
- Estimated to have been made in 1987-88
- Presented to radio personality/music executive
- Original backing paper with label
- Award measures approx. 20" x 24" x 2.5" deep
- Autographs covered by MusicGoldmine Authenticity Guarantee
- Fantastic collectors item for any Breathe fan
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Detailed Item Description: This is a unique shadow box style record label award that would have been manufactured around 1987, making it approximately 34 years old. In addition to the special feature of the autographs of the group, the gold video cassette definitely says "this is the 80s!" It is presented to Jeff Rowe, who held various executive roles in the music and media industry at VH1, NBC, AOL and others along with earlier work on-air in radio as "Dallas Cole."
The award is in VG to Excellent condition with only very minor mars on the plexiglass and plastic shadow box sides. The award is completely original including Dejay Products manufacturer label, a company that also made RIAA award during this time period.
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