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Deram Records was set up by Decca Records (UK) ostensibly as a label for "alternative" or "progressive" artists. As with other UK Decca subsidiary labels, Deram's U.S. counterpart was distributed under the London Records arm. It was active from 1966 until 1973. Decca positioned it against Island Records, Harvest Records (launched by EMI) and Vertigo Records (launched by Philips Records), but it failed to compete long-term.



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