Double Top records was a short-lived label from EMI's budget-priced division Music For Pleasure. Double Top records are surprisingly hard to find, for a label which was run by a major company, which suggests that not many people did what they were urged to do by the blurb on the back of the sleeve, "Look out for the Double Top label and collect this exciting new series." The fare on offer was a pairing of the kind of anonymous cover versions of hits that could be found on MFP's 'Top Of The Pops' albums. Numbering was in the SDV-20000s, and the label appears to have come and gone in 1972. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

72 Anonymous I'D Like To Teach The World To Sing DOUBLE TOP SDV 20001
72 Anonymous Morning Has Broken DOUBLE TOP SDV 20002
72 Anonymous Brand New Key DOUBLE TOP SDV 20003