Island Records Discography - Singles in The 1970s - Island WIP Series

Island WIP Series

The first release in 1970, WIP-6075, had the "block" label design, but the very next one, "John The Baptist" by John & Beverley Martyn, featured a third pink label design, characterised by a large white letter "i" on the left-hand side. This design was used for the remaining pink label issues, interrupted with increasing frequency by green Chrysalis label releases, as denoted in the listing below. Bronze label singles by artists such as Tony Hazzard and Uriah Heep began to appear in the Island listing from May 1971, for a couple of years until that label's own BRO- series was begun. An American record label, Blue Thumb, also released a small number of UK singles with WIP-series numbers in 1972/3. The one-off catalogue number WI-4002 was given to the flexi-single "Let There Be Drums" which came with the album Rock On by The Bunch in 1972.

In the second half of the decade the character of the label began to change and this is reflected in its singles releases from about 1976 onwards. There was a conscious move back towards the label's roots in Jamaican music in the form of commercial reggae aimed at the rock/pop audience. Names such as Bob Marley & the Wailers, Toots & the Maytals and Third World crop up in the listings with increasing frequency. They and others enjoyed considerable commercial success in the U.K. market. There is evidence too of an increasing number of one-off licensing deals featuring (mainly American) soul and R & B singers (e.g. Barbara Pennington and Betty Davis). Island also joined a growing trend amongst U.K.-based record companies at that time towards exploitation of its own back catalogue, and a substantial programme of reissues was undertaken, especially of ska and reggae titles, most of which seem to have been aimed at a small, specialist audience and did not enjoy widespread commercial success.

Also in 1976, another American record label, Shelter Records, began to issue U.K. singles through Island, which received WIP-series catalogue numbers. Artists included the Dwight Twilley Band, J.J. Cale and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, the last-named of whom enjoyed some success on the coat-tails of punk. Finally, the Black Swan label was reactivated for certain reggae-styled releases, some of which appeared with WIP-series numbers.

  • WIP-6075 - Quintessence: "Notting Hill Gate" b/w "Move Into The Light", 1/1970
  • WIP-6076 - John & Beverley Martyn: "John The Baptist" b/w "The Ocean", 1/1970
  • WIP 6077 - Jethro Tull: "The Witch's Promise" b/w "Teacher", 16/1/1970 (green Chrysalis label, some in picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6078 - Blodwyn Pig: "Same Old Story" b/w "Slow Down", 1/1970 (green Chrysalis label)
  • WIP 6079 - Renaissance: "Island" b/w "The Sea", 1/1970
  • WIP-6080 - King Crimson: "Cat Food" b/w "Groon", 13/3/1970 (picture sleeve); Discogs
  • WIP 6081 - Jethro Tull: "Inside" b/w "Alive And Well And Living In", 24/4/1970 (green Chrysalis label)
  • WIP-6082 - Free: "All Right Now" b/w "Mouthful of Grass", 5/1970 (reissued in 1973 with same catalogue number, but "pink rim" labels); Collectable Records.ru
  • WIP 6083 - If: "Raise The Level Of Your Conscious Mind" b/w "I'm Reaching Out On All Sides", 5/1970
  • WIP 6084 - Spooky Tooth: "Nobody There At All" b/w Art: "Room With A View", 6/1970 (withdrawn, white-label copies are said to exist)
  • WIP-6085 - Fotheringay: "Peace In The End" b/w "Winter Winds", 6/1970
  • WIP-6086 - Cat Stevens: "Lady d'Arbanville" b/w "Time/Fill My Eyes", 6/1970 (some in picture sleeve, which miscredits b-side as "Katmandu")
  • WIP-6087 - Jimmy Cliff: "Wild World" b/w "Be Aware", 8/1970; Discogs
  • WIP 6088 - High Broom: "Dancing In The Moonlight" b/w "Percy's On The Run", 8/1970
  • WIP-6089 - Fairport Convention: "Now Be Thankful" b/w "Sir B. McKenzie's Daughter's Lament For The 77th Mounted Lancers' Retreat From The Straits Of Loch Knombe, In The Year Of Our Lord 1727, On The Occasion Of The Announcement Of Her Marriage To The Laird Of Kinleakie", 9/1970
  • WIP 6090 - Tír na Nóg: "I'm Happy To Be (On This Mountain) b/w Let My Love Grow, 10/1970 (green Chrysalis label)

WIP-6089 was the last single to be released with a pink label. From WIP 6091 (below) the "pink rim" palm tree label was introduced.

  • WIP 6091 - The Alan Bown!: "Pyramid" b/w "Crash Landing", 10/1970
  • WIP 6092 - Cat Stevens: "Moon Shadow" b/w "Father and Son", 6/1971
  • WIP-6093 - Free: "Stealer" b/w "Lying In The Sunshine", 11/1970
  • WIP 6094 - Not issued
  • WIP 6095 - Not issued
  • WIP 6096 - Bronco: "Lazy Now" b/w "A Matter Of Perspective", 11/1970
  • WIP 6097 - Jimmy Cliff: "Synthetic World" b/w "I Go To Pieces", 12/1970
  • WIP 6098 - Jethro Tull: "Lick Your Fingers Clean" b/w "Up To Me" (not issued)
  • WIP 6099 - Not issued
  • WIP-6100 - Free: "My Brother Jake" b/w "Only My Soul", 4/1971
  • WIP 6101 - Mike Heron: "Call Me Diamond" b/w "Lady Wonder", 5/1971 (some in picture sleeve)
  • WIP-6102 - Cat Stevens: "Tuesday's Dead" b/w "Miles From Nowhere", 9/1971
  • WIP 6103 - Jimmy Cliff: "Goodbye Yesterday" b/w "Breakdown", 5/1971
  • WIP 6104 - Richard Barnes: "Coldwater Morning" b/w "Suddenly I Know", 5/1971 (Bronze label)
  • WIP-6105 - Mott the Hoople: "Midnight Lady" b/w "The Debt", 7/1971 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6106 - Jethro Tull: "Life Is A Long Song" EP ("Life Is A Long Song"/"Up The Pool" b/w "Dr. Bogenbroom"/"From Later"/"Nursie"), 19/9/1971 (green Chrysalis label, picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6108 - Paladin: "Anyway" b/w "Giving All My Love", 7/1971 (Bronze label)
  • WIP 6109 - Luther Grosvenor: "Here Comes The Queen" b/w "Heavy Day", 9/1971
  • WIP 6110 - Jimmy Cliff: "Sitting In Limbo" b/w "The Bigger They Come The Harder They Fall", 8/1971
  • WIP 6111 - Uriah Heep: "Look At Yourself" b/w "Simon The Bullet Freak", 9/1971 (Bronze label)
  • WIP-6112 - Mott the Hoople: "Downtown" b/w "Home", 9/1971
  • WIP 6113 - Tony Hazzard: "Woman In The West" b/w "Hangover Blues", 1971 (Bronze label)
  • WIP 6115 - Heads Hands & Feet: "Warming Up The Band" b/w "Silver Mine", 11/1971
  • WIP 6116 - John Martyn: "May You Never" b/w "Just Now", 11/1971
  • WIP-6119 - Mountain: "Roll Over Beethoven" b/w "Crossroader", 12/1971
  • WIP-6120 - The Sutherland Brothers Band: "The Pie" b/w "Long Long Day", 1/1972 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6121 - Cat Stevens: "Morning Has Broken" b/w I Want To Live In A Wigwam, 1/1972 Collectable Records.ru
  • WIP 6122 - Claire Hamill: "When I Was A Child" b/w "Alice In The Streets Of Darlington", 1/1972 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6123 - Tony Hazzard: "Blue Movie Man" b/w "Abbot of the Vale", 1/1972 (Bronze label)
  • WIP 6124 - Luther Grosvenor: "All The People" b/w "Waiting", 2/1972
  • WIP-6125 - Vinegar Joe: "Never Met A Dog (That Took To Me)" b/w "Speed Queen of Ventura", 2/1972
  • WIP 6126 - Uriah Heep: "The Wizard" b/w "Gypsy", 3/1972 (Bronze label)
  • WIP 6127 - Jim Capaldi: "Eve" b/w "Going Down Slow All The Way", 3/1972
  • WIP-6128 - Fairport Convention: "John Lee" b/w "The Time Is Near", 2/1972 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP-6129 - Free: "Little Bit Of Love" b/w "Sail On", 5/1972
  • WIP 6130 - The Bunch: "When Will I Be Loved" b/w "Willie and the Hand Jive", 4/1972
  • WIP 6131 - Mike McGear: "Woman" b/w "Kill", 4/1972
  • WIP-6132 - Jimmy Cliff and Jamaica: "Trapped" b/w "Struggling Man", 4/1972
  • WIP 6133 - Claire Hamill: "Baseball Blues" b/w "Smile Your Blues Away", 5/1972
  • WIP-6136 - The Sutherland Brothers Band: "Sailing" b/w "Who's Crying Now", 1972
  • WIP-6139 - Jimmy Cliff: "The Harder They Come" b/w "Many Rivers To Cross", 7/1972
  • WIP 6140 - Uriah Heep: "Easy Livin'" b/w "Why", 7/1972 (Bronze label)
  • WIP-6141 - "Pass of Arms" EP (soundtrack), feat. Sandy Denny: "Here In Silence" b/w "Man Of Iron" plus poem "Strange Meeting" read by Christopher Logue, 9/1972 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6142 - Sandy Denny: "Listen, Listen" b/w "Tomorrow Is a Long Time", 10/1972
  • WIP 6143 - The Crusaders: "Put It Where You Want It" b/w "Mosadi Woman", 1/1973 (Blue Thumb label)
  • WIP-6144 - Roxy Music: "Virginia Plain" b/w "The Numberer", 8/1972
  • WIP-6145 - The Incredible String Band: "Black Jack David" b/w "Moon Hang Low", 11/1972
  • WIP-6146 - Free: "Wishing Well" b/w "Let Me Show You", 12/1972
  • WIP 6147 - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver: "Lady Like You" b/w "Annie", 1972
  • WIP 6148 - Vinegar Joe: "Rock 'N' Roll Gypsies" b/w "So Long", 11/1972
  • WIP 6149 - Hackensack: "Moving On" b/w "River Boat", 12/1972
  • WIP 6151 - P.C. Plod: "W.P.C. Hodges" b/w "B Side Yourself With Plod", 5/1973 (picture sleeve. P.C. Plod was John Gorman of The Scaffold. B-side also listed as "I Remember")
  • WIP 6152 - Cat Stevens: "Can't Keep It In" b/w "Crab Dance", 11/1972 (also pressed with later "orange palm" label)
  • WIP 6153 - Amazing Blondel - "Alleluia (Cantus Firmus To Counterpoint)" b/w "Safety In God Alone", 12/1972
  • WIP 6154 - Claire Hamill: "Speedbreaker" b/w "The Artist", 2/1973
  • WIP-6155 - Fairport Convention: "Rosie" b/w "Knights Of The Road", 1/1973
  • WIP 6156 - Mark Allain: "Be Mine" b/w "Best Friend", 1/1973
  • WIP-6157 - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver: "(I Don't Wanna Love You But) You Got Me Anyway" b/w "Not Fade Away", 2/1973
  • WIP 6158 - The Incredible String Band: "At The Lighthouse Dance" b/w "Jigs", 2/1973
  • WIP 6159 - Roxy Music: "Pyjamarama" b/w "The Pride And The Pain", 2/1973
  • WIP.6160 - Free: "Travellin' In Style" b/w "Easy On My Soul", 3/1973
  • WIP 6161 - Rabbit: "Broken Arrows" b/w "Blues My Guitar", 4/1973
  • WIP 6162 - A Foot in Coldwater: "(Isn't Love Unkind) In My Life" b/w "Deep Freeze", 3/1973
  • WIP 6163 - Cat Stevens: "The Hurt" b/w "Silent Sunlight", 7/1973
  • WIP 6164 - The Wailers: "Concrete Jungle" b/w "Reincarnation Soul", 6/1973
  • WIP 6165 - Jim Capaldi: "Tricky Dicky Rides Again" b/w "Oh How We Danced", 6/1973
  • WIP 6167 - The Wailers: "Get Up, Stand Up" b/w "Slave Driver", 9/1973
  • WIP 6168 - Spooky Tooth: "All Sewn Up" b/w "As Long As The World Keeps Turning", 10/1973
  • WIP 6169 - Jimmy Cliff: "Struggling Man" b/w "Many Rivers To Cross", 1973
  • WIP 6170 - Bryan Ferry: "A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall" b/w "2HB", 9/1973
  • WIP 6171 - The Pointer Sisters - "Yes We Can" b/w "Jada", 11/1973 (Blue Thumb label)
  • WIP.6173 - Roxy Music: "Street Life" b/w "Hula Kula", 11/1973
  • WIP 6174 - Vinegar Joe: "Black Smoke From The Calumet" b/w "Long Way Round", 10/1973
  • WIP 6175 - Bryan Ferry: "These Foolish Things" b/w "Chance Meeting" (not issued)
  • WIP.6176 - Sandy Denny: "Whispering Grass" b/w "Friends", 11/1973 (some in picture sleeve)
  • WIP.6178 - Eno: "Seven Deadly Finns" b/w "Later On", 3/1974
  • WIP 6179 - The Heptones: "Book Of Rules" b/w "Book Of Rules (version)", 1973
  • WIP 6180 - Nirvana: "Rainbow Chaser" b/w "Tiny Goddess" (Reissue - released 8/1976 on the "orange palm" label with picture sleeve in the "Then!.. ...Now!" series. Promo copies on "pink rim" label exist.)
  • WIP 6181 - Zap Pow: "This Is Reggae Music" b/w "Break Down The Barriers", 2/1974
  • WIP.6182 - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver: "Dream Kid" b/w "Don't Mess Up", 1/1974
  • WIP 6185 - Owen Gray: "Jealous Guy" b/w "Please Don't Let Me Go", 2/1974
  • WIP.6186 - Richard and Linda Thompson: "I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight" b/w "When I Get To The Border", 1/1974
  • WIP 6187 - Elkie Brooks: "Rescue Me" b/w "Sweet Nuthin's", 2/1974
  • WIP 6188 - Bob Dylan: "On A Night Like This" b/w "Forever Young", 2/1974
  • WIP 6189 - King Crimson: "The Night Watch" b/w "The Great Deceiver", 2/1974
  • WIP.6190 - Cat Stevens: "Oh Very Young" b/w "100 I Dream", 3/1974
  • WIP 6191 - Bad Company: "Can't Get Enough" b/w "Little Miss Fortune", 5/1974
  • WIP 6192 - Tranquility: "Midnight Fortune" b/w "One Day Lady", 4/1974
  • WIP 6193 - Sparks: "This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both Of Us" b/w "Barbecutie", 4/1974
  • WIP 6194 - Kevin Ayers: "The Up Song" b/w "Everybody's Sometime and Some People's All The Time Blues", 4/1974
  • WIP 6195 - Sandy Denny: "Like an Old Fashioned Waltz" (release cancelled)
  • WIP 6196 - Bryan Ferry: "The In Crowd" b/w "Chance Meeting", 5/1974 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6197 - Andy Mackay: "Ride Of The Valkyries" b/w "Time Regained", 6/1974
  • WIP 6198 - Jim Capaldi: "It's All Up To You" b/w "Whale Meat Again", 6/1974
  • WIP 6199 - Traffic: "Hole In My Shoe" b/w "Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush", 5/1974 (reissue)
  • WIP 6200 - Bryn Haworth: "Grappenhall Rag" b/w "I Won't Lie (This Time)", 1974
  • WIP 6201 - Kevin Ayers: "After The Show" b/w "Thank You Very Much", 7/1974
  • WIP 6202 - John Cale: "The Man Who Couldn't Afford To Orgy" b/w "Sylvia Said", 7/1974
  • WIP 6203 - Sparks: "Amateur Hour" b/w "Lost And Found", 7/1974
  • WIP 6205 - Bryan Ferry: "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" b/w "Another Time, Another Place", 8/1974
  • WIP.6206 - Cat Stevens: "Another Saturday Night" b/w "Home In The Sky", 8/1974 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6207 - Traffic: "Walking In The Wind" b/w "Walking In The Wind (Instrumental)", 10/1974
  • WIP.6208 - Roxy Music: "All I Want Is You" b/w "Your Application's Failed", 10/1974
  • WIP.6209 - Sutherland Brothers and Quiver: "Saviour In The Rain" b/w "Silver Sister", 1974
  • WIP 6211 - Sparks: "Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth" b/w "Alabamy Right", 10/1974 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6212 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "So Jah Seh" b/w "Natty Dread", 1974 (reissued 6/1975 and repromoted with "Natty Dread" as the A-side, picture sleeve on reissue only)
  • WIP 6213 - Georgie Fame: "Everlovin' Woman" b/w "That Ol' Rock'n'Roll", 1974
  • WIP 6214 - Rik Kenton: "Bungalow Love" b/w "Lay It On You", 1974
  • WIP 6215 - Bob Dylan & The Band: "It Ain't Me Babe" b/w "All Along The Watchtower", 11/1974
  • WIP 6216 - Ronnie Lane: "What Went Down (That Night With You)" b/w "Lovely", 11/1974
  • WIP 6217 - Stonedelight: "Reach Out For Me" b/w "Reach Out For Me (Version)", 1/1975
  • WIP 6218 - Georgie Fame: "Ali Shuffle" b/w "Round Two", 12/1974
  • WIP.6220 - Richard and Linda Thompson: "Hokey Pokey (The Ice Cream Song)" b/w "I'll Regret It All In The Morning", 2/1975
  • WIP.6221 - Sparks: "Something For The Girl With Everything" b/w "Marry Me", 1/1975; Discogs
  • WIP 6222 - Milk'n'Cookies: "Little, Lost And Innocent" b/w "Good Friends", 2/1975
  • WIP 6223 - Bad Company: "Good Lovin' Gone Bad" b/w "Whisky Bottle", 3/1975
  • WIP 6224 - Art: "What's That Sound (For What It's Worth)" b/w Flying Anchors, 2/1975
  • WIP 6225 - Chris Spedding: "My Bucket's Got A Hole In It" b/w "I Can't Boogie", 2/1975
  • WIP 6226 - Augustus Pablo: "King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown" b/w Jacob Miller: "Baby I Love You So", 2/1975
  • WIP 6227 - The Jess Roden Band: "Under Suspicion" b/w "Ferry Cross", 3/1975
  • WIP 6228 - Dave & Ansil Collins: "Gonna Keep On Trying Till I Win Your Love" b/w "Keep On Dubbing", 3/1975
  • WIP 6229 - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance: "Brother Can You Spare A Dime?" b/w "Ain't No Lady", 4/1975
  • WIP 6230 - Speedy Keen: "Someone To Love" b/w "Fighting In The Streets", 4/1975
  • WIP 6231 - Pete Wingfield: "Eighteen With a Bullet" b/w "Shadow of a Doubt", 6/1975 (Promo-only picture sleeve. Initial pressings with "pink rim" labels, later pressings with "orange palm" labels)
  • WIP 6232 - Mike Lesley: "Come Together" b/w "Don't Be So Serious", 5/1975
  • WIP 6233 - Eno: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh)" b/w "I'll Come Running (To Tie Your Shoes)", 6/1975
  • WIP 6234 - Bryan Ferry: "You Go To My Head" b/w "Re-make Re-model", 6/1975
  • WIP 6235 - Peter Skellern: "Hard Times" b/w "And Then You'll Fall", 7/1975
  • WIP 6236 - Sparks: "Get In The Swing" b/w "Profile", 7/1975
  • WIP 6237 - Lorna Bennett: "Breakfast In Bed" b/w Scotty & Lorna Bennett: "Skank In Bed", 1975
  • WIP 6238 - Cat Stevens: "Two Fine People" b/w "A Bad Penny", 7/1975
  • WIP 6239 - Rudie Mowatt: "Love You Baby" b/w "Backside (Dub)", 1975
  • WIP 6240 - Bryn Haworth: "Give All You've Got To Give" b/w "Thank The Lord", 7/1975
  • WIP 6241 - Fairport Convention: "White Dress" b/w "Tears", 7/1975
  • WIP 6242 - Bad Company: "Feel Like Makin' Love" b/w "Wild Fire Women", 8/1975
  • WIP 6243 - Andy Mackay: "Wild Weekend" b/w "Walking The Whippet", 8/1975
  • WIP 6244 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "No Woman No Cry" b/w "Kinky Reggae", 8/1975 (initial pressings with "pink rim" labels, later pressings with "orange palm" labels)
  • WIP 6245 - Pete Wingfield: "A Whole Pot Of Jelly (For A Little Slice Of Toast)" b/w "Anytime", 1975

WIP 6245 appears to have been the last single released with "pink rim" labels as subsequent releases appeared with the "orange & blue" palm tree label (usually referred to as the "orange palm").

  • WIP 6246 - Jim Capaldi: "Love Hurts" b/w "Sugar Honey", 10/1975
  • WIP 6247 - Speedy Keen: "Bad Boys" b/w "Cold Hand Warm Gun", 9/1975
  • WIP 6248 - Roxy Music: "Love Is the Drug" b/w "Sultanesque", 9/1975; Discogs
  • WIP 6249 - Sparks: "Looks, Looks, Looks" b/w "Pineapple", 9/1975; Discogs
  • WIP 6250 - Robert Palmer: "Which Of Us Is The Fool" b/w "Get Outside", 10/1975
  • WIP 6252 - Murray Head: "Say It Ain't So Joe" b/w "Don't Have To", 10/1975 (A DJ Promo version of this single, featuring an edited version of "Say It Ain't So", was released in 1/1976.)
  • WIP 6253 - Nasty Pop: "Crow" b/w "Gracie", 1975
  • WIP 6254 - Joe South: "To Have, To Hold And Let Go" b/w "Midnight Rainbows", 10/1975
  • WIP 6255 - Betty Davis: "Shut Off The Light" b/w "He Was A Big Freak", 10/1975
  • WIP 6256 - Third World: "Freedom Song" b/w "Railroad Track", 1975
  • WIP 6257 - The Chieftains: "The Timpan Reel" b/w "Samhradh, Samhradh", 11/1975
  • WIP 6258 - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance: "Don't Try'n'Change My Mind" b/w "Well Well Hello (The Party)", 1/1976
  • WIP 6260 - Peter Skellern: "Now That I Need You" b/w "I Guess You Wished You'd Gone Home", 1975
  • WIP 6261 - Justin Hinds & The Dominoes: "Carry Go Bring Come" b/w "Jezebel", 11/1975
  • WIP 6262 - Roxy Music: "Both Ends Burning" b/w "For Your Pleasure", 12/1975; Discogs
  • WIP 6263 - Bad Company: "Run With The Pack" b/w "Do Right By Your Woman", 3/1976
  • WIP 6264 - Burning Spear: "Old Marcus Garvey" b/w "Tradition", 1/1976
  • WIP 6265 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Jah Live" b/w "Concrete Jungle (live)", 1/1976; Discogs
  • WIP 6266 - The Heptones: "Country Boy" b/w "Love Won't Come Easy", 1/1976
  • WIP 6267 - War: "Low Rider" b/w "So", 1/1976
  • WIP 6268 - The Chieftains: "Mna Na H Eireann (Women of Ireland)" b/w "The Morning Dew", 1/1976
  • WIP 6269 - Toots & the Maytals: "Reggae Got Soul" b/w "Dog War", 2/1976
  • WIP 6270 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "Writing On The Wall" b/w "Cruisin' (In The Lincoln)", 2/1976
  • WIP 6271 - Kevin Ayers: "Falling In Love Again" b/w "Everyone Knows The Song", 2/1976
  • WIP 6272 - Robert Palmer: "Gimme An Inch" b/w "Pressure Drop", 2/1976
  • WIP 6273 - Jay Dee Bryant: "Standing Ovation For Love" b/w "I Want To Thank You Baby", 1976
  • WIP 6274 - King Crimson: "21st Century Schizoid Man" b/w "Epitaph", 2/1976 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6275 - Tyrone Taylor: "Extra, Extra" b/w "Life Table Turning", 1976
  • WIP 6276 - Cat Stevens: "Banapple Gas" b/w "Ghost Town", 3/1976
  • WIP 6277 - Zap-Pow: "This Is Reggae Music" b/w "Break Down The Barriers", 3/1976
  • WIP 6278 - Swamp Dogg: "The Mind Does The Dancing While The Body Pulls The Strings" (edited version) b/w (long version), 1976
  • WIP 6279 - Georgie Fame: "Yes Honestly" b/w "Lily", 3/1976
  • WIP 6280 - Barbara Pennington: "Running In Another Direction" b/w "Running Away", 1976
  • WIP 6281 - The Heptones: "Mama Say" b/w "Love Won't Come Easy", 2/1976
  • WIP 6282 - Sparks: "I Want To Hold Your Hand" b/w "England", 3/1976 (promo only?)
  • WIP 6282 - Sparks: "I Want To Hold Your Hand" b/w "Under The Table With Her", 1976 (promo only?)
  • WIP 6283 - Max Romeo & The Upsetters: "War In A Babylon" b/w "Revelation Dub", 3/1976
  • WIP 6284 - Betty Davis: "Dedicated To The Press" b/w "The Lone Ranger", 1975
  • WIP 6285 - Jackie Edwards: "Come On Home" b/w "I Feel So Bad", 4/1976
  • WIP 6286 - The Jess Roden Band: "You Can Leave Your Hat On" b/w "On A Winner With You", 1976
  • WIP 6287 - Eddie Jobson: "Yesterday Boulevard" b/w "On A Still Night", 3/1976
  • WIP 6289 - War: "Why Can't We Be Friends?" b/w "In Mazatlan", 3/1976
  • WIP 6290 - Leon Russell: "Tight Rope" b/w "This Masquerade", 1/1977
  • WIP 6291 - Trevor White: "Crazy Kids" b/w "Movin' In The Right Direction", 6/1976
  • WIP 6292 - The Dodgers: "Don't Let Me Be Wrong" b/w "Get To You", 4/1976
  • WIP 6293 - Rock Follies: "Glenn Miller Is Missing" b/w "Talking Pictures", 3/1977
  • WIP 6294 - Burning Spear: "Black Wa-Da-Da (Invasion) (Dub version)" b/w "I And I Survive (Slavery Days)", 3/1976
  • WIP 6295 - Righteous Foundation: "Going Back To Ethiopia Zion" b/w "Zion", 1976
  • WIP 6296 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Johnny Was (Woman Hold Her Head And Cry)" b/w "Cry To Me", 4/1976
  • WIP 6299 - Jim Capaldi: "Talkin' About My Baby" b/w "Still Talkin'", 4/1976
  • WIP 6300 - Peter Skellern: "Oh What A Night For Love" b/w "Down In The Cellar", 1976
  • WIP 6301 - Automatic Man: "My Pearl" b/w "Wallflower", 5/1976 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6303 - War: "Me And Baby Brother" b/w "In Your Eyes", 6/1976; Discogs
  • WIP 6304 - Murray Head: "Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat" b/w "She's Such A Drag", 5/1976 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6305 - Max Romeo & The Upsetters: "One Step Forward" b/w "One Step Dub", 5/1976
  • WIP 6306 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "Wooly Bully" b/w "Horseplay (Weary Of The Schmalz)", 6/1976
  • WIP 6307 - Bryan Ferry: "Let's Stick Together" b/w "Sea Breezes", 6/1976
  • WIP 6308 - Roxy Music: "Do The Strand" b/w "War Brides" (not issued)
  • WIP 6309 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Roots Rock Reggae" b/w "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)", 6/1976
  • WIP 6310 - Rock Follies: "Sugar Mountain" b/w "War Brides", 6/1976
  • WIP 6311 - Georgie Fame: "Sweet Perfection" b/w "Thanking Heaven", 6/1976
  • WIP 6312 - Aswad: "Back To Africa" b/w "Africa", 6/1976
  • WIP 6313 - Burning Spear: "Man In The Hill", 1976
  • WIP 6314 - Speedy Keen: "Your Love" b/w "Heaven", 1976
  • WIP 6315 - War: "Summer" b/w "All Day Music", 8/1976
  • WIP 6316 - Junior Murvin: "Police and Thieves" b/w "Grumbling Dub", 11/1976
  • WIP 6317 - Toots & the Maytals: "Funky Kingston", 1977
  • WIP 6318 - The Spencer Davis Group: "Gimme Some Loving" b/w "Gimme Some Loving '76", 8/1976 ("Then!.. ...Now!" picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6319 - Heads Hands and Feet: "Warming Up The Band" b/w "Silver Mine", 1976 ("Then!.. ...Now!" picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6320 - Bryan Ferry: "The Price Of Love" b/w "Shame Shame Shame", 1976 (Jukebox special issue of two songs from the "Price of Love" EP, IEP 1)
  • WIP 6321 - Dwight Twilley Band: "I'm On Fire" b/w "Did You See What Happened", 1976 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6323 - Peter Tosh: "Legalise It" (not issued)
  • WIP 6324 - Gavin Christopher: "Dance With Me" (not issued)
  • WIP 6325 - Heptones with The Upsetters: "Sufferer's Time" b/w "Sufferer's Dub", 1976
  • WIP 6326 - Lee Perry: "Roast Fish & Corn Bread" b/w Upsetters: "Corn Fish Dub", 8/1976
  • WIP 6327 - Justin Hinds & the Dominoes: "Fire" b/w "Natty Take Over", 8/1976
  • WIP 6328 - Scratch & The Upsetters: "Three In One" b/w "Curly Dub", 8/1976 (Scratch was Lee "Scratch" Perry)
  • WIP 6330 - Max Romeo: "Chase The Devil" b/w The Upsetters featuring Prince Jazzbo: "Croaking Lizard", 1976
  • WIP 6331 - Derek and Clive: "Squatter and the Ant" b/w "Sex Crime", 1976
  • WIP 6333 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "96 Tears" b/w "Get Out Of Denver", 9/1976 (Jukebox special issue of two songs from the "Live at the Marquee" EP, IEP 2)
  • WIP 6334 - Dillinger: "Cokane In My Brain" b/w "Power", 1976;Discogs
  • WIP 6335 - Julien Covey & the Machine: "A Little Bit Hurt" (not issued)
  • WIP 6336 - Pete Wingfield: "Bubbling Under" b/w "I Wanna Try", 1976 (edited version of A-side)
  • WIP 6337 - Sparks: "Big Boy" b/w "Fill 'Er Up", 10/1976
  • WIP 6338 - Aswad: "Three Babylon" b/w "Ire Woman", 1976
  • WIP 6339 - J. J. Cale: "Hey Baby" b/w "Magnolia", 10/1976 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6340 - War: "The Cisco Kid" b/w "Beetles In The Bog", 9/1976
  • WIP 6341 - Dwight Twilley Band: "Could Be Love" b/w "Feeling In The Dark", 1976 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6342 - The Dodgers: "Just Wanna Love You" b/w "Don't Know What You're Doing", 10/1976 (number originally allotted to The Heptones with The Upsetters: "Party Time" - not issued)
  • WIP 6344 - Lord Creator: "Big Pussy Sally" b/w The Upsetters: "Big Pussy Dub", 1976
  • WIP 6345 - Robert Palmer: "Man Smart, Woman Smarter" b/w "From A Whisper To A Scream", 10/1976
  • WIP 6346 - Burning Spear: "Lion" b/w "Door Peep", 10/1976
  • WIP 6347 - Bunny Wailer: "Dream Land" b/w "Dream Land Dub", 10/1976
  • WIP 6350 - Ultravox!: Proposed title unknown (not issued)
  • WIP 6351 - Free: "The Hunter" b/w "Worry", 11/1976
  • WIP 6352 - Fay Bennett: "Big Cockey Wally" b/w The Upsetters: "Big Cockey Dub", 1976
  • WIP 6353 - Leroy Smart: "Ballistic Affair" b/w "Ballistic Dub", 1976
  • WIP 6354 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "Teenage Depression" b/w "Shake", 11/1976
  • WIP 6355 - Dillinger: "Bionic Dread" b/w "Eastman Skank", 1976 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6356 - Jah Lion: "Soldier & Police War" b/w Glen DaCosta: "Magic Touch", 1976
  • WIP 6357 - Sparks: "I Like Girls" b/w "England", 11/1976
  • WIP 6358 - The Jess Roden Band: "Stay In Bed" b/w "Me And Crystal Eye", 1976
  • WIP 6359 - War: "Slippin' Into Darkness" b/w "Nappy Head", 12/1976
  • WIP 6361 - The Dodgers: "Down" b/w "Don't Know What You're Doing", 12/1976
  • WIP 6362 - Rico/I Jah Man: "Gan-jah" (not issued)
  • WIP 6364 - The Heptones: "Party Time" b/w "Deceivers", 1976
  • WIP 6365 - Leon Russell: "Slipping Into Christmas" b/w "Christmas In Chicago", 12/1976
  • WIP 6366 - J. J. Cale: "Travelin' Light" b/w "Cocaine", 1/1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6370 - Lee Perry & The Upsetters: "Dreadlocks In Moonlight" b/w "Cut Throat", 11/1976
  • WIP 6371 - Ras Midass: "Kude A Bamba" b/w "Congo Dub", 1976 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6373 - Michael Nesmith: "Rio" b/w "Life, The Unsuspecting Captive", 3/1977
  • WIP 6374 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "All I Need Is Money" (not issued)
  • WIP 6375 - Ultravox!: "Dangerous Rhythm" b/w "My Sex", 2/1977 (later pressings in picture sleeve); Discogs
  • WIP 6376 - Bob Marley & the Wailers: "Smile Jamaica" (not issued)
  • WIP 6377 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: "American Girl" b/w "The Wild One, Forever", 2/1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6380 - Dillinger: "Natty B.Sc." b/w "Buckingham Palace", 1977 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6381 - Bad Company: "Everything I Need" b/w "Too Bad", 2/1977
  • WIP 6382 - Keble Drummond & The Cables: "What Kind Of World" b/w "World Of Dub", 1977 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6383 - Jim Capaldi: "Goodbye My Love" b/w "Baby You're Not My Problem", 3/1977
  • WIP 6384 - Georgie Fame: "Daylight" b/w "Three Legged Mule", 1977
  • WIP 6385 - John Martyn: "Over The Hill" b/w "Head And Heart", 2/1977
  • WIP 6386 - Wilton Place Street Band: "Disco Lucy (I Love Lucy Theme)" b/w "You Don't Even Know Who We Are", 1976
  • WIP 6387 - Cat Stevens: "(Remember The Days Of The) Old School Yard" b/w "Doves", 6/1977
  • WIP 6388 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "I Might Be Lying" b/w "Ignore Them (Always Crashing In The Same Bar)", 4/1977
  • WIP 6390 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Exodus" b/w "Exodus (Dub)", 6/1977
  • WIP 6391 - Sandy Denny: "Candle in the Wind" b/w "Still Waters Run Deep", 5/1977
  • WIP 6392 - Ultravox!: "Young Savage" b/w "Slipaway", 5/1977 (picture sleeve); Discogs
  • WIP 6393 - J.J. Cale: "After Midnight" b/w "Bringing It Back", 5/1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6394 - Steve Winwood: "Time Is Running Out" b/w "Penultimate Zone", 6/1977
  • WIP 6395 - Jim Capaldi: "Daughter Of The Night" (not issued)
  • WIP 6396 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: "Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll" b/w "Fooled Again (I Don't Like It)", 6/1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6397 - Jimmy Cliff: "You Can Get It If You Really Want" b/w "Many Rivers To Cross", 5/1977
  • WIP 6398 - Michael Nesmith: "Navajo Trail" b/w "Love's First Kiss", 7/1977
  • WIP 6399 - Rico: "Africa" b/w "Afro Dub", 1977 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6401 - Rods: "Do Anything You Wanna Do" b/w "Schoolgirl Love", 7/1977 (Rods were Eddie and the Hot Rods)
  • WIP 6402 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Waiting In Vain" b/w "Roots", 7/1977; Discogs
  • WIP 6403 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: "American Girl" b/w "Luna", 7/1977 (Shelter label, picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6404 - Ultravox!: "Rockwrok" b/w "Hiroshima Mon Amour", 10/1977 (picture sleeve); Discogs
  • WIP 6405 - Keith Rowe: "Groovy Situation" b/w "Groovy Dub", 1977 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6406 - Jess Roden: "Misty Roses" b/w "In Me Tonight", 1977
  • WIP 6407 - Cat Stevens: "Sweet Jamaica" (not issued)
  • WIP 6408 - The Dwight Twilley Band: "Trying To Find My Baby" b/w "Rock And Roll", 1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6409 - Matthew Moore: "Savannah" b/w "Moondew", 1977 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6410 - Bob Marley & the Wailers: "Jamming" b/w "Punky Reggae Party", 12/1977 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6411 - Eddie and the Hot Rods: "Quit This Town" b/w "Distortion May Be Expected", 12/1977 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6413 - Third World: "96º in the Shade" b/w "Human Market Place", 1977 (number originally allotted to Georgie Fame: "To Be A Lover" - not issued)
  • WIP 6414 - John Martyn: "Dancing" b/w "Dealer (version)", 1/1978
  • WIP 6415 - Grace Jones: "La Vie En Rose" b/w "I Need A Man", 12/1977
  • WIP 6416 - Dillinger: "Cokane In My Brain" b/w "Buckingham Palace" & "Ragnampiza", 1977 (Black Swan label)
  • WIP 6417 - Ultravox: "Quirks" b/w "Modern Love (live)", 1977
  • WIP 6418 - Robin Tyner & the Hot Rods: "Till The Night Is Gone (Let's Rock)" b/w "Flipside Rock", 12/1977
  • WIP 6419 - Jess Roden: "The Hardest Blow" b/w "Woman Across The Water", 1977
  • WIP 6420 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Is This Love" b/w "Crisis (version)", 2/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6422 - Hi-Tension: "Hi-Tension" b/w "Girl I Betcha", 5/1978
  • WIP 6423 - Ian Gillan Band: "Mad Elaine" b/w "Mercury High", 1/1978
  • WIP 6424 - George Faith: "I've Got The Groove" b/w "Opportunity", 1978
  • WIP 6425 - Robert Palmer: "Every Kinda People" b/w "Keep In Touch", 3/1978
  • WIP 6426 - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: "I Need To Know" b/w "No Second Thoughts", 6/1978 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6427 - The Dwight Twilley Band: "Twilley Don't Mind" b/w "Looking For The Magic", 1978 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6428 - Steel Pulse: "Ku Klux Klan" b/w "Dub", 1978 (picture sleeve); Discogs
  • WIP 6430 - Illusion: "Madonna Blue" b/w "Everywhere You Go", 1977 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6431 - Jimmy Lindsay: "Easy" b/w "Easy (Dub)", 1977 (12": 12WIP 6431 also includes "Prophecy" by Fabian)
  • WIP 6433 - Automatics: "Walking With The Radio On" b/w "Watch Her Now" (not issued)
  • WIP 6434 - J.J. Cale: "I'm A Gypsy Man" b/w "Cherry", 2/1978 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6436 - Lorna Bennett: "Breakfast In Bed" b/w "Skank In Bed" (reissue)
  • WIP 6437 - The Reaction: "I Can't Resist" b/w "I Am A Case", 6/1978
  • WIP 6438 - Eddie & the Hot Rods: "Life On The Line" b/w "Do Anything You Wanna Do (live)", 3/1978
  • WIP 6439 - Automatics: "When The Tanks Roll Over Poland Again" b/w "Watch Her Now", 1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6440 - Bob Marley & the Wailers: "Satisfy My Soul" b/w "Smile Jamaica", 5/1978
  • WIP 6441 - Sheila Hylton: "Don't Ask My Neighbour" b/w "Jam Down Rocker", 1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6442 - Julien Covey & the Machine: "A Little Bit Hurt" b/w "Sweet Bacon", 1978 (reissue)
  • WIP 6445 - Robert Palmer: "Best Of Both Worlds" b/w "Best Of Both Worlds (Dub)", 6/1978
  • WIP 6446 - Hi Tension: "British Hustle" b/w "Peace On Earth", 8/1978
  • WIP 6447 - Jimmy Cliff: "Many Rivers To Cross" b/w The Melodians: "Rivers Of Babylon", 6/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6448 - Arthur Louis: "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" b/w "The Dealer", 1978
  • WIP 6449 - Steel Pulse: "Prodigal Son" b/w "Prodigal Son (Dub)", 6/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6450 - Grace Jones: "Do or Die" b/w "Comme Un Oiseau Qui S'Envoie", 7/1978
  • WIP 6451 - Zap-Pow: "Let's Fall In Love" b/w "Some Sweet Day", 1978
  • WIP 6454 - Ultravox: "Slow Motion" b/w "Dislocation", 8/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6455 - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: "Listen To Her Heart" b/w "I Don't Know What To Say To You", 9/1978 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6456 - Sugar: "Manhattan Fever" b/w "Manhattan", 1978
  • WIP 6457 - Third World: "Now That We've Found Love" b/w "Night Heat", 9/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6458 - I Jah Man: "Jah Heavy Load (Edited version)" b/w "I'm A Levi (Edited version)", 1978
  • WIP 6459 - Ultravox: "Quiet Men" b/w "Cross Fade", 10/1978 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6461 - Steel Pulse: "Prediction" b/w "Handsworth Revolution (dub)", 8/1978
  • WIP 6462 - Hi Tension: "Autumn Love" b/w "Unspoken", 1978
  • WIP 6464 - Eddie + Hot Rods: "Media Messiahs" b/w "Horror Through Straightness", 1/1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6465 - Cat Stevens: "Last Love Song" b/w "Nascimento", 2/1979
  • WIP 6466 - Cristina: "Disco Clone" b/w "Disco 'O'", 11/1978
  • WIP 6467 - The Reasons: "Hard Day At The Office" b/w "Bright Baby Eyes", 1978
  • WIP 6469 - Third World: "Cool Meditation" b/w "Cool Meditation (Part II)", 12/1978
  • WIP 6470 - Toots & the Maytals: "Take It From Me" b/w "Premature", 1978
  • WIP 6472 - Inner Circle: "Everything Is Great" b/w "Wanted Dead Or Alive", 2/1979
  • WIP 6474 - Eddie + Hot Rods: "Power And The Glory" b/w "Highlands One Hopefuls Two", 3/1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6476 - Charlie Dore: "Fear Of Flying" b/w "Sweetheart", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6477 - Toots & the Maytals: "Famine" b/w "Pass The Pipe", 1978; Discogs
  • WIP 6478 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "Stir It Up" b/w "Rat Race", 1979 (withdrawn and replaced by 12": 12WIP 6478 featuring "Stir It Up (live)" b/w "War" and "No More Trouble" (both live))
  • WIP 6479 - J.J. Cale: "Katy Kool Lady" b/w "Juarez Blues", 6/1979
  • WIP 6480 - The Dwight Twilley Band: "Out Of My Hands" b/w "Nothing's Ever Gonna Change So Fast", 1979 (Shelter label, picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6481 - Robert Palmer: "Bad Case Of Lovin' You (Doctor, Doctor)" b/w "Love Can Run Faster", 5/1979
  • WIP 6483 - Gibson Brothers: "Cuba" b/w "Club version", 3/1979
  • WIP 6485 - Third World: "One Cold Vibe" b/w "Feel A Little Better" (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6488 - Inner Circle: "Stop Breaking My Heart" b/w "Sinners", 5/1979
  • 12XWIP 6489 - Hi Tension: "Funktified (long version)" b/w "Latin Inspiration", 1979
  • WIP 6490 - Steel Pulse: "Sound System" b/w "Crampas Style", 5/1979
  • WIP 6491 - Marianne Faithfull: "The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan" b/w "Brain Drain", 10/1979
  • WIP 6493 - Hi Tension: "There's A Reason" b/w "If It Moves You", 1979
  • WIP 6494 - Linton Kwesi Johnson: "Want Fi Goh Rave" b/w "Reality Poem", 5/1979
  • WIP 6495 - John Martyn: "Johnny Too Bad" b/w "Johnny Too Bad (instrumental)", 10/1980
  • WIP 6496 - Third World: "Talk To Me" b/w "Talk To Me (Part 2)", 6/1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6498 - Inner Circle: "We 'A' Rockers" b/w "We 'A' Rockers (Part 2)", 1979
  • WIP 6499 - American Standard Band: "Got What It Takes" b/w "Children's Island", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6501 - The Jags: "Back Of My Hand" b/w "Double Vision", 6/1979 (picture sleeve)
  • 12XWIP 6502 - Dwight Twilley Band: "Dwight On White" (6-track EP: "I'm On Fire"/"T.V."/"Runaway" b/w "Looking For The Magic"/"Standin' In The Shadow Of Love"/"Sleeping"), 1979 (Shelter label, white vinyl, picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6503 - Gibson Brothers: "Ooh! What A Life" b/w "You", 7/1979
  • WIP 6505 - The Slits: "Typical Girls" b/w "I Heard It Through The Grapevine", 9/1979; Discogs
  • WIP 6506 - The B-52's: "Rock Lobster" b/w "Running Around", 7/1979; Discogs
  • WIP 6507 - The In Crowd: "Reggae Groove", 1979
  • WIP 6510 - Bob Marley & The Wailers: "So Much Trouble In The World" b/w "(instrumental)" 11/1979 Discogs
  • WIP 6514 - Roland Alphonso & The Soul Brothers: "Phoenix City" b/w "El Pussy Cat", 1979
  • WIP 6515 - Robert Palmer: "Jealous" b/w "Woman You're Wonderful", 8/1979
  • WIP 6516 - Randy VanWarmer: "Just When I Needed You Most" b/w "Your Light", 1979 (Bearsville label)
  • WIP 6517 - Lone Ranger: "Barnabas Collins" b/w "Part 2 Dub", 1979
  • WIP 6519 - Third World: "Tonight For Me" b/w "Irie Ites", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6520 - Dan-I: "Monkey Chop" b/w "Roller (Do It) Boogie", 1979
  • WIP 6521 - J.J. Cale: "Katy Kool Lady" b/w "Juan and Maria", 8/1979
  • WIP 6522 - Wailing Souls: "Something Funny" b/w Prince Jammy: "Dub Funny Something", 1979
  • WIP 6523 - Total Eclipse: "You Got The Cooties" b/w "Astrology", 1979 (Shelter label)
  • WIP 6524 - The Buggles: "Video Killed the Radio Star" b/w "Kid Dynamo", 9/1979; Discogs
  • WIP 6525 - Gibson Brothers: "Que Sera Mi Vida (If You Should Go)" b/w "Heaven", 11/1979
  • WIP 6526 - Charlie Dore: "Pilot Of The Airwaves" b/w "Falling", 1979
  • WIP 6527 - The B-52's: "6060-842" b/w "Hero Worship", 9/1979
  • WIP 6528 - Linton Kwesi Johnson: "Sonny's Lettah (Anti-Sus Poem)" b/w "Iron Bar Dub/Tek Chance/Funny Dub", 9/1979
  • WIP 6529 - Vivian Weathers: "Just A Game" b/w "Cheat Heart Dub", 1979
  • WIP 6530 - 4"Be2": "One Of The Lads" b/w "Ummbaba", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6531 - The Jags: "Woman's World" b/w "Dumb Blonde", 1980 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6532 - Sparks: "This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us" b/w "Looks, Looks, Looks", 9/1979 (reissue)
  • WIP 6533 - Distractions: "It Doesn't Bother Me" b/w "One Way Love", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6536 - Randy VanWarmer: "Call Me" b/w "Forever Loving You", 1979 (Bearsville label)
  • WIP 6537 - Inner Circle: "New Age Music" b/w "Music Machine", 1980 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6538 - James Vane: "Judy's Gone Down" b/w "Jung's Lovers", 1979 (picture sleeve)
  • WIP 6550 - Killing Joke: "Nervous System" b/w "Turn To Red", 11/1979 (Malicious Damage label)

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