Solid Gold (1981 - 1982)
This late series seems to be an off-shoot of Chevron’s ongoing “Parade of Pops”: Chevron were primarily interested in cassettes, although volumes 8 to 18 also had vinyl equivalents. But by the time Solid Gold started appearing, Chevron had abandoned the LP format, opening the way for these side releases which constitute a new series in their own right.
From "Parade of Pops", these LPs take the “Solid Gold” name, formally used as the record label itself. They also credit the act as Sound Sensation, an often-used group persona for Chevron.
These LPs ran simultaneously with the last few regular “Parade of Pops” cassettes, sharing the same recordings, although they do not match up exactly volume-for-volume. They also therefore share recordings with the last of the “Top of the Pops” LPs, and all three series terminated at the same time.