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Mango Records was a London based subsidiary of Island Records.

They were predominantly known for their British hip hop and Reggae records, and produced records by artists such as Aswad, Bhundu Boys, London Posse, Overlord X, Black Radical Mk II, Demon Boyz, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Rastabonzai, Lee Scratch Perry, Conquering Lion, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Boukman Eksperyans and Manu Dibango.

They were closed by their parent company Island Records and are no longer trading.


Island records/Mango records

  • 0-99928 Peech Boys 'Life Is Something Special' (1982)
  • 12IS119 Peech Boys - 'On A Journey' (1983)
  • 0-96993 Peech Boys - 'Dance Sister' (1983)
  • 176202 Peech Boys - 'Come On, Come On' (1984)
  • Gwen Guthrie 'Seventh Heaven' (1983)
  • MLPS 7804 David Joseph 'You Can't Hide Your Love' (6:37) (1983)
  • 12IS106X Gwen Guthrie 'Hopscotch' remix (1983)
  • LP 90273 Grace Jones (on Pumping Iron Sdtrk) 'Feel Up' (1982)
  • Gwen Guthrie - 'It Should Have Been You' (Island Positively 4th St. Comp. LP 444 020(1982))
  1. Garage records

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