ATCO Records started life as a sub-label of Atlantic Records. In the early 1990s, the label was folded into the start-up East West Records America under the aegis of label president Sylvia Rhone. However, when Rhone was named the head of Elektra Records in 1995, she took East West America with her to the new label and ATCO was a temporary subsidiary of that label, although it released no new titles.
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- Edited 2 years agoAvoid this label if you can. I've gotten two records from them and the sound quality was atrocious, verging on un-listenable, even though the records themselves were in VG to NM condition. Thin weak sound, prominent distortion, hissy vocals, and poorly fabricated packaging. Very hard to listen to.
- Ehh... This is the worst-sounding label i know. Cream Lp's soud as if they were recorded using comupter microphone. No bass, no dynamics... Really hard to go through those records. And so with Iron Butterfly (bit better) and Vanilla Fudge, Otis Redding CD... So much grat music wasted by poor mixing and pressing.