The label's best-selling artist was electronic music pioneer Meco, whose disco cover of John Williams "Star Wars/Cantina Band" cues from Star Wars was a number 1 hit in 1977. In 1978, Meco followed up with two more movie-inspired hits for the label: a number 25 hit "Theme From Close Encounters" and a number 35 hit "Themes From The Wizard of Oz".
Also between 1981 and 1982, the band Franke & the Knockouts had three top 100 hits on Millennium: "Sweetheart" at number 10, "You're My Girl" at number 27, and "Without You" at number 24.
The company switched distribution to RCA Records in the early 1980s before folding.
- MNLP 2000 Daniel Conti and the Millennium
- MNLP 8000 Bruce Foster - After The Show
- MNLP 8001 Meco - Music Inspired By Star Wars And Other Galactic Funk
- MNLP 8002 Brooklyn Dreams - Brooklyn Dreams
- MNLP 8003 The Godz - The Godz
- MNLP 8004 Meco- Encounters Of Every Kind
- MNLP 8005 Lori Lieberman - Letting Go
- MNLP 8007 Joey Travolta - Joey Travolta
- MNLP 8009 Meco - The Wizard Of Oz
- MNLP 8010 The Godz - Nothing Is Sacred
- BXL1-7745 Yipes! - Yipes!
- BXL1-7747 Bruce Cockburn - Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws
- BXL1-7748 Tommy James - Three Times In Love
- BXL1-7749 Rose* - Worlds Apart
- BXL1-7750 Yipes!- A Bit Irrational
- BXL1-7753 Jonny Destry & Destiny Girls - Rock 'N Roll & Cars
- BXL1-7754 Rose - Behind The Lines
- BXL1-7755 Franke & The Knockouts - Franke & The Knockouts
- BXL1-7756 Don McLean - Chain Lightning
- BXL1-7757 Bruce Cockburn - Resume
- BXL1-7759 Chilliwack - Wanna Be a Star
- BXL1-7762 Don McLean - Believers
- BXL1-7763 Franke & The Knockouts - Below The Belt
- BXL1-7766 Chilliwack - Opus X
- BXL1-7768 Rodway* - Horizontal Hold
- "Chart info from The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 7th Edition - Meco Pg 420 and Don McLean Pg 418"
|This article about a United States record label is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|