Catalog Numbering Systems For Single Records
This article presents the numbering systems used by various record companies for single (mainly 7" 33⅓ and 45, and 10" 78 rpm) records.
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... beginning with VS101 for Mike Oldfield's debut single in 1974 (simply titled 'The Mike Oldfield single') ... by added prefixes, such as VST for a 12" single or VSEP for EPs ... In various European countries, Virgin Records was distributed by BMG/Ariola, which meant its catalogue numbers were in BMG/Ariola's sequence ...
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