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Mad As Tits But Successful! A Brief History of EG Records

Relive the magic of some of the greatest imprints of all time in Prog’s new bite-sized label guide.

For many years, EG Records was not a label, per se. It was a management and publishing company that leased out its artists’ work. EG licensed their material to, firstly, Island Records, before moving to Polydor in the later 70s. Then, through the Editions EG imprint, it finally became a label. It ended up being distributed by Virgin.

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