Moon Records is a Canadian record publishing company established in 1973 after Rush and their SRO management company run by Ray Danniels were unable to find a record label interested in signing them. Moon Records served as an outlet for the band's first single, "Not Fade Away", and self-titled debut album Rush. Moon was distributed by London Records of Canada. After the success of Rush, the band was offered a two-record deal with the Polygram Group and signed with Polygram's Mercury Records ...
Moon Records (Canada), a former Canadian record label (1973–1974) mainly for Rush Moon Records (Japan), a Japanese record label; see Tatsuro Yamashita Moon Ska Records, a former American record label This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Moon Records.
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The band and its management formed their own company, Moon Records, and released the album in Canada. Only 3,500 copies of the original Moon Records LP, catalogue number MN-100, were pressed. The first version of the LP has a cream-coloured label with a blue Moon Records logo and black type.
Of these, two annular and one total eclipse will be non-central, in the sense that the very center (axis) of the moon's shadow will miss the earth (for more information see gamma). In the 21st century the greatest number of eclipses in one year is four, in 2011, 2029, 2047, 2065, 2076, and 2094.
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Moon was distributed by London Records of Canada. After the success of "Rush", the band was offered a two record deal with the Polygram Group and signed with Polygram's Mercury Records in 1974. Moon Records folded as a label and transformed in 1974 from an independent record label to a music production company.
2112 (pronounced "twenty-one twelve") is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on 1 April 1976 (or March 1976, according to some sources) by Anthem Records.
Every Vinyl Moon record comes with a 4 page booklet that features information about the features artists and bands, as well as song lyrics and artwork. August 2019: Volume 048 This month's record is tactile - the tip-on gatefold jacket is made of a soft touch material, and there's an additional 12x12" poster insert with the same texture.