It is their first album since ZZ Top’s First Album not to have a title related to Hispanic culture, although when asked about this Gibbons quipped that it’s “El Iminator”.
In the UK, it was the band’s first album to be certified by the British Phonographic Industry, attaining Silver (60,000 units) in 1984. By the year end, it was certified Platinum (300,000 units) and currently it is certified 4 x Platinum.
Edited by WichitaQ on 6 Mar 2009, 19:16
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