Copies

Some articles on copies:

A Nice Pair - Cover Art
... breasts the latter is censored with a black bar on some copies, while other US copies opted to cover it with a purple and white sticker over the shrink wrap ... Initial copies had a picture of a Mr ...
Frater Albertus - Written Works
500 copies) 1998 Weiser with From One to Ten The Seven Rays of the QBL (1st ... the Rocky Mountains 1976 PRS (limited edition 500 copies) Gently I Answered and Said 1978 PRS (limited edition 500 copies) ]] ...
Undaground Legend
... The album debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200 with 68,000 copies sold in the first week released ... certified Platinum by the RIAA in December 2002 for shipping over a million copies ... As of April 2004 the album has sold 646,000 copies in the United States ...
Unappreciated - Commercial Performance
... the album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200, selling an estimated 91,000 copies in its first week of release ... same year, the album was certified Gold by the RIAA, for shipments of 500,000 copies ... the album debuted at number 80, and to date has sold only 30,000 copies there ...
Popstars Live - Album - Sales Performance
... Although Universal Music shipped enough copies of both the single and the album to stores to achieve gold status in Australia (35,000 copies), the single and the album only sold one thousand copies ...

Famous quotes containing the word copies:

    Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection. ... genius chooses its materials with a view to their beauty and effectiveness; mere talent copies what it thinks is nature, only to find it has been deceived by the external grossness of things.
    Julia Marlowe (1866–1950)

    Not infrequently, we encounter copies of important human beings; and here, too, as in the case of paintings, most people prefer the copies to the originals.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    When we reflect on our past sentiments and affections, our thought is a faithful mirror, and copies its objects truly; but the colours which it employs are faint and dull, in comparison of those in which our original perceptions were clothed.
    David Hume (1711–1776)