LASER
RECORDS

Independent label: Laser Records was Mainly a Reggae label, though there was at least one Punk single on its catalogue: 'Come Back Bogart', by The Jerks (LAS-25; 2/80).  Laser's records were manufactured and distributed by the giant WEA corporation, which gave them a certain amount of thrust; the label worried the Top 30 in 1979 with Me and You's 'You Never Know What You've Got' (LAS-8).  Laser doesn't appear to have lasted past 1980. Distributed By WEA Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

 
79 Brown Dennis Ain'T That Lovin' You LASER LAS 1
79 Gibbs Joe Bubbler In Money LASER LAS 2
79 Nigger Kojak Massacre LASER LAS 3
79 Dudek Andre Cello Caprice LASER LAS 4
79 Guardian Angel China Gate LASER LAS 5
79 Samson Mr Rock'N'Roll LASER LAS 6
79 Brown Dennis Should I LASER LAS 7
79 Me & You & We The People Band You Never Know What You'Ve Got LASER LAS 8
79 Black Harmony Don'T Let It Go To Your Head LASER LAS 9
79 Me & You Never Know What You'Ve Got LASER LAS 10
79 Not Traced LASER LAS 11
79 Not Traced LASER LAS 12
79 Lion Sandy Sad Eyes LASER LAS 13
79 Natural Mystics Runaway Love LASER LAS 14
79 Harriott Derrick  Born To Love You  LASER LAS 15
79 Brown Dennis So Jah Say LASER LAS 16
79 Me & You In The Future LASER LAS 17
79 Manicou Motorbike Ride LASER LAS 18
79 Winston Groovy Robin Redbrast LASER LAS 19
79 Brown Dennis Slave Driver LASER LAS 20
79 Tarbuck Jimmy Rambling Rose LASER LAS 21
79 Not Traced LASER LAS 22
80 Dudek Andre Tibur LASER LAS 23
80 Gilbey Chris Moonlight Lady LASER LAS 24
80 Jerks Come Back Bogart LASER LAS 25
80 Pharoahs In The Midnight Hour LASER LAS 26
80 Edwards Jackie All Shook Up LASER LAS 27
80 Johnson Anton Hey Baby LASER LAS 28
80 Laverock Just For You LASER LAS 29
80 Competition All String Vest & Grecian LASER LAS 30
80 Earl Ready Like Freddy LASER LAS 31
80 Not Traced LASER LAS 32
80 Jimmy T & Clifford D Close LASER LAS 33
80 Zen & Jimmy Thomas Just A Matter Of Time LASER LAS 34

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