Annotation

London Records 90 Ltd.

The modern name of London Records, used since the label gained independence from PolyGram and arranged distribution by Warner Music.
LR 90 owns the bulk of the Factory Records back catalogue, and has re-issued compilations of material from the likes of Joy Division and New Order, as well as albums originally released by former London imprints like FFRR.
During the early 90's period when London was refining its catalogue and distribution network, the label code used was 7654, which is also used by subsidiary label Internal.

Also involved in original productions.

Annotation last modified on 2007-07-02 18:02 UTC.

Releases

ReleaseArtistFormatTracksCountry/DateCatalog#Barcode
The FallingCarmelCD9
828014.2042282801425
Live at the Brixton AcademyFaith No MoreCD10
  • GB1991-02-04
828 238-2042282823823
Take ItFlowered Up7" Vinyl2
  • GB1991-04-29
FUP 1042286932071
Take ItFlowered UpCD4
  • GB1991-04-29
FUPCD 1042286932125
You Belong in Rock n’ RollTin MachineCD4