Sold Out is an album by Americanfolk music group the Kingston Trio, released in 1960 (see 1960 in music). It was their third LP to reach #1, stayed there for twelve weeks, and received an RIAA gold certification the same year. "El Matador" b/w "Home From the Hill" was its lead-off single, though it just made the Top 40.Sold Out remained in the Top 40 for 54 weeks, longer than any other Trio album.
The version of "Raspberries, Strawberries" included is a remake of the Trio's follow-up single to "Tom Dooley." Two songs recorded during the Sold Out sessions were not released until The Kingston Trio: The Capitol Years anthology—"Home From the Hill" and "The World's Last Authentic Playboys". The latter was re-recorded on the Whiskeyhill Singers' debut album.
Sold Out was reissued in 2001 by Collectors' Choice Music with String Along. This reissue has four bonus tracks: alternative versions of "The Tattooed Lady" and "The Hunter" and previously unreleased songs "Home From the Hill" and "Green Grasses".