Talk:See for Miles Records

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I'm certain that See For Miles went out of business many years ago. Anyone with access to back issues of Record Collector magazine should be able to determine roughly when this happened, but I believe it was around the late 1990s. I'm also sure that one issue of the magazine included a biography of the label itself.

The label did far more than distribute Dandelion content. They licensed material from many UK based labels, producing both re-issues of old albums and compilations. These compilations included the 'EP Collection' series which compiled together EP exclusive tracks, including some originally only issued on the European continent. They also had a budget imprint entitled C5.

--149.254.217.79 (talk) 16:06, 6 April 2010 (UTC)