Pye International Records

Pye International Records

Pye International Records

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Pye International Records was a record label founded in 1958, as a subsidiary of Pye Records. The company distributed many American labels in the UK, including Chess, Kama Sutra, Buddah, Colpix and King. (There was also an American label of the same name, which was later reorganized in the US as Prelude Records in 1976.)

First releases

  • 25000 Ritchie Valens - Come On Let's Go/Dooby Dooby Wah (11/58)
  • 25001 Seph Acre & the Pets - You Are My Love/ Rock and Roll Cha-Cha (11/58)
  • 25002 The Judd Conlon Singers - Scene of the Crime/Bridge of Sighs (11/58)
  • 25003 Bob & Jerry - Ghost Satellite/Nothin' (11/58)
  • 25004 The Pets - Wow-ee!/(You Wandered) Beyond the Sea (1/59)


The first labels were blue, modelled on the magenta Pye-Nixa (later Pye) label. During its heyday, around 1961-64, it was red and yellow; later on it was pinkish violet, matching the Pye and Piccadilly labels of the time.

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