QPR Records was a DIY label. The second QPR label was the vehicle for a single by supporters of Queens Park Rangers F.C. rather than by the team itself. The single in question was 'Queens Park Rangers' b/w 'Drive Me Down To QPR', by the Loftus Roadrunners. Its catalogue number was QPR-1, and it came out in 1977. Bruce Thomas, who composed both sides, went on to better things shortly afterwards as a member of The Attractions. Pressing was by Decca. Gama Records, whose logo appears on the label, was the label of Gemini Management, which had signed to Decca in November 1973. There was a possibility of Gama being given fully-fledged label status if certain levels of sales were achieved, but in the event the separate identity never happened and the company's products - such as records by Camel - appeared on the Decca label. Distributed By Decca Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.