Independent label: Magnum Records was an outlet for recordings made by Magnum Studios, in Hyde, which seems to have been a custom recording concern.  If catalogue numbers are anything to go by it issued at least nine records in or around 1975, albums and singles alike sharing the same MAG-0000 numerical series.  There may well have been more than nine: it is the nature of custom pressings to be difficult to trace.  The two examples of its products haven't had a label identification on them as such, though they do at least have 'A Magnum Production' on them.  Therapy's album, 'Bringing The House Down' (MAG-0009; 1975) mentions Magnum on the sleeve along with one Phil Hampson, who was presumably the studio's owner.  The Surevision single, 'Season of '75' (MAG-0005; 1975) is slightly odd: a bit Proggy, with brass and with people singing 'Surevision, season of '75' over it, it sounds as though it is a promotional record for some kind of company.  The 'B' side is an instrumental version of the 'A' side.  The injection-moulded label suggests that pressing was by Phonodisc. Distributed By Magnum Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

75 Lynda Myers Introducing Linda Myers MAGNUM MAG 0001
75 Dave Arnold Try A Little Kindness MAGNUM MAG 0002
75 Not Traced MAGNUM MAG 0003
75 Not Traced MAGNUM MAG 0004
75 Surevision Season Of '75 MAGNUM MAG 0005
75 Not Traced MAGNUM MAG 0006
75 Frank Lammar On A Clear Day PALACE MAG 0007
75 Ben Lee Rivers & Smokey Road Jody And The Kid B. L. E MAG 0008
75 Therapy Bringing The House Down (Album) MAGNUM MAG 0009
75 Carousel I Believe In Music CAROUSEL MAG 0010

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