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Vogue Schallplatten

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"Deutsche Vogue Schallplatten" was a German subsidiary of Vogue Paris and was founded in 1960 and liquidated in 1971.
Since 1964 the headquarter was near Cologne. It was headed by Günter Ilgner, who was also working for EMI Electrola and later co-founded Cornet.

Deutsche Vogue distributed labels like Pye, HitTon, Kapp or Roulette. Sub-labels of Vogue Deutschland were Mode Schallplatten and Pop Schallplatten.

After the closure of Vogue Deutschland, the back-catalogue moved to Bellaphon, BMG/Ariola and RCA.

Parent Label:Deutsche Vogue Schallplatten GmbH
Sublabels:A Touch Of Music, Hits International, Hits U.S.A, Jazz Non Stop, Klaus Störtebecker, Mode Schallplatten, Portrait In Musik, Robin Hood (5), Vogue Group
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Deutsche Vogue Schallplatten GmbH
Sophienstrasse 44
6000 Frankfurt/Main
Germany
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Großkönigsdorf bei Köln
Zur Mühle 2
5021 Großkönigsdorf
Germany
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