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    Originally posted by Whir
    Nah, it's usually in reference to pre-sales when used in this context. The numbers are the same as for music CDs though, 500K and 1mil.
    Nah, Whir, the gold record status (or platinum or diamond or pewter or whatever) is regardless of pre-release sales. If pre-release sales are high enough, it "ships gold". If, after release it attains that sales figure, it simply "goes gold".

    Oh, Surreal, the substrate is the metallic center core of a CD, usually aluminum, but for reference masters or archival copies, special master CD's with a gold substrate are used.

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    The gold and platinum sales requirements are country specific.
    I do believe that ~50k sold records gives gold status in music, and ~100k platinum.
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