`Pocahontas' piles up RIAA metal

Morris, Chris; Reece, Douglas
September 1995
Billboard;9/16/95, Vol. 107 Issue 37, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that the `Pocahontas' soundtrack album was simultaneously certified triple-platinum, platinum and gold by the Recording Industry Association of America last August 1995. `Pocahontas' as fifth Walt Disney soundtrack to surpass the three million milestone.


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