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Erotic free chat sharing webcam Atlantic Album Discography Part 48000 Series 19561968 Last update August 24 2005 There were many variations of the Atlantic labels up until they changed to the green and orangeredlabel in late 1968. Since so many of Atlantics albums remained in their catalog for years after initialrelease one can find albums which were originally issued on the black label with many variations oflabels corresponding to the period when repressings were issued. The particular label on the albumoften gives an indication of the time the album was actually pressed and sold. The earliest albums in the 8000 series had the mid1950s Atlantic label which was black with silver printingthe black Atlantic label. ATLANTIC wasover the center hole in black with a thin black line under it there was a black ring around the perimeterof the label except in the area the Atla

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