7008 Roger Whittaker - If O LR
7008 Roger Whittaker - If O LF

The label logos used during this period were the same ones introduced for use on the back of vinyl sleeves in 1968. With the exception of Tamla Motown, this meant having a 'Mark I' black-box EMI logo above the label logo on the front and, on the reverse, a text credit indicating the label's position as 'A Company of The EMI Group'.

7010 Sammy Davis Jr - Something O LR
7010 Sammy Davis Jr - Something O LF

Cartridge shells came in a variety of colours at this time. Dusky crimson, bright blue, ivy green and of course the obligatory black. Which one you got for any given copy of any title was purely down to the luck of the draw, depending on what the factory had managed to get when doing a duplication run.

This design was temporarily replaced a year later (August 1971) with a small top label designed to show through an experimental 'hanging blister pack'. Tombstone labels reappeared that October.

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