STATUS QUO'S total world-wide record sales exceed 118 million units.
QUO now hold the record for more hit singles than any other band, both international and British, in UK chart history. In November 2005 they were presented with certificates commemorating this milestone by the Guinness British Book of Hit Singles & Albums.
QUO have recorded 64 British hit singles - more than any other band - 22 of which have hit the Top Ten.
QUO have spent in excess of seven and a half years (415 weeks) in the British Singles Chart.
QUO have made 106 appearances on BBC TV's 'Top of the Pops' - more than any other group
QUO have had more hit albums (32) in the British Albums Chart than any other band apart from The Rolling Stones.
'It's Christmas Time', released in 2008, was the band's first Christmas song and their 75th single.
In 1982 QUO became the first contemporary band to play to Royalty when they performed a sell out charity show attended by HRH PRINCE CHARLES at the NEC in Birmingham.
September 21st 1991 saw QUO enter the Guinness Book of Records when they successfully completed their most ambitious project ever by playing four British shows in 11 hours and 11 minutes. The 'ROCK 'TIL YOU DROP' event saw QUO play sell out shows at Sheffield Arena, Glasgow SE&CC, Birmingham NEC and Wembley Arena.The event involved four stages, 60 drums, 200 amplifiers, 62 guitars, 165 cymbals, 12 miles of cable, 50 cameras, 2000,000 watts of power, 25000 lights, 250 crew, 8 helicopters, 5 jets, 20 limousines and 16 police escorts.
QUO'S first single from the album 'JAM SIDE DOWN' entered the UK Top Twenty at Number 17, an achievement which resulted in Quo becoming the first band to record Top Twenty hits across five decades.
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