Cress Records was a DIY label. It managed one single. It issued singles in an LNR RN-0 numerical series. Cress Records Former Address 7/11 Woocote Road Wallington Surrey. Radio North Sea International (RNI) also known as Radio Nordsee International in German and Radio Noordzee Internationaal in Dutch, was a European offshore radio station, run by the Swiss firm Mebo Telecommunications, jointly owned by Swiss engineer, Edwin Bollier, and his business partner, Erwin Meister. RNI broadcast for fewer than five years in the early 1970s and, courting both disaster and success, made a modest financial profit. Radio Nordsee International started broadcasting from the ship Mebo II on 3 March 1970. On 24 March the Mebo II lies anchor before the coast of Clacton-on-Sea and resumes broadcasting on 1610 kHz or 186m, which interferes with the British navy guard in Walton-on-the-Naze. On 24 September Radio Nordsee International leaves the airwaves. In January 1971 Radio Nordsee returns on the air from the Mebo II. Distributed By Cress Records.
International / R.N.I. Closedown