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The particular label on the album often gives an indication of the time the album was actually pressed and sold. The earliest albums in the series had the mid- s Atlantic label, which was black with silver printing the "black Atlantic label".
This label was used from to at During the time when the black label was being used, the stereo labels were light green with black printing, the graphics were identical except for "STEREO" in green lettering in a black box at the top of the label.
Atlantic used a transitional, or experimental label, for some of its issues in The label is white with black printing. For the mono labels, there is an red, purple and black fan around the center hole of the record. On stereo releases, the band around the outside of the label is green and blue as is the fan colors in the center of the record.
This label may not have been used on any new releases but only records that previously had the black label, or it may have been an experimental label and used at the same time the black labels were being released. The next Atlantic label used on monaural releases was red on the top and purple on the bottom with black printing.
There was a white band running through the center hole from side to side, separating the red and purple areas. To the right of the center hole was a large "A" and a white fan in a black box. This is the "white fan Atlantic label.
The promotional issues used the same graphics but were simply white with black printing. This label was used from to The next Atlantic label was very similar to the "white fan" label described above, except that the fan to the right of the center hole was black in a white box, and a small "ATLANTIC" is inserted at a degree angle between the large "A" and the fan.
We call this the "black fan Atlantic label. Stereo records had the same graphics with the top of the label being green and the bottom of the label being blue. The promotional issues are white with black printing with the same graphics.
This label was used from to approximately We have termed this the "logo box" label. Monaural records were red on the top and purple on the bottom with black printing.
This label was used from to about Another Atlantic label variation was used on a few titles during and earlywhere the Atco label blank was used instead of the Atlantic label blank.
The label was purple at the top and gold on the bottom, with black printing. A white band ran through the record slightly above the center, as on the Atco label and unlike the Atlantic design of the time where the white band was centered.
This label is rare and only appeared on a few titles from around to The Led Zeppelin album error commands premium prices, since not only is the label in error, but side 1 of the album is a different mix from the regular pressing.
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Even though the cover showed the new title, the label still gave the old album title. Whether this album was actually released is unknown. There are no stereo matrix numbers listed. This may have been released in Canada only. From this point until when monaural albums were discontinued, albums were in monaural with no prefix and stereo with the SD prefix.
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The second cover has a different picture of the group with 4 vertical bars of pink, orange, green and blue over the picture.
Albums as late as are known to have used the black fan label, at least as deejay versions.Ed Almquist, Motorhead, Inventor And Pioneer: By Donna Kessler, Times Herald-Record Newspaper. The Atlantic Records Story By David Edwards and Mike Callahan Last update: February 20, Atlantic was formed in by Ahmet .
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