Tenor Saw / Nardo Ranks – Ring The Alarm / Skin Out – 12" – VP Records



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Tenor Saw
Nardo Ranks
12″ VPRD6333 VP Records

Track on this vinyl :
A – Ring The Alarm
B1 – Stalag Version
B2 – Skin Out

Executive-Producer Murray Elias
Producer Winston Riley
Produced for Techniques Records.
Executive produced for VP Dancehall Classics

Publisher A1: ℗&© 1985 Westbury Music (PRS)
Publisher B2: Copyright Control/Westbury Music (PRS)

Tracks on Side B are listed the wrong way around on labels.

Manufactured and distributed by VP Records.

℗&© 2000 VP Records

2000 – US

======= VP Records ========
US-based record company, label and distributor founded by [a=Vincent “Randy” Chin]. In 1979, Chin moved from Jamaica and opened up the VP Record Shop and label (named after [b]V[/b]incent and his wife [b]P[/b]atricia) in Queens, New York. Also appears on releases as V.P. Records Dist.

Since then VP has gone on to control more than 15,000 titles. It was named 1999 Billboard reggae label of the year. VP has had licensing deals with several major labels, most recently [l=Atlantic Records]. WEA Manufacturing made several of its titles during the 1990s.

For ℗ and ©, see: [l=VP Music Group, Inc.]
For the mastering studio, see: [l=VP Mastering].
For distribution, see [l=VP Records Distribution].

Name variations:
“V. P. Records”
“V.P. Records”

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