The DEA compilation albums were released in the due to the rarity and premium put on the original 7" releases. The owner of DEA saw it's releases being sold for over $200 in NYC and Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo. Many fans wrote to Dogma and asked for sold out copies and it was decided to release compilation albums, sometimes adding unreleased singles as a bonus.
DEA Discs Dogma Productions owner, Dwight Douglass (Dog) Synan worked as the producer, engineer and photographer, type setter, graphic designer for all releases under many different monikers (dogmaster d, DVD, etc.).
Releases were generally released in the following formats and quantities:
2001-3000 Red (White)
3001-4000 Green (Various)
DEA Discs used Corduroy Records (Melbourne, Australia) as it's vinyl pressings.