Marble Arch Records

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Marble Arch Records was a subsidiary of Pye Records that released budget records from the late 1950s,[1] to around 1980. Compact discs were also released from the late 1980s to around 1994.[2]


Pye Records created this subsidiary label with in a type of a mini-album format, with a shorter run than the average LP album, to cater to a certain area of the buying public who would not buy regular albums because of the expense. The name came about because of a famous London location of the same name.[3]


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