Independent label: Sources disagree as to whether Dindisc was a subsidiary of Virgin Records or an independent with links to Virgin; whichever it was, the two companies were intimately involved.  Dindisc came in the scene in late 1979, Its glory days were in the early '80s, when Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and, to a lesser extent, Martha & The Muffins took it into both the Singles and Album Charts.  By 1983, however, it had ceased trading. Distribution by CBS. DEP 1 was Given away free with early copies of the album Trance & Dance DEP 2 was free with the first 10,000 copies of the Organisation album. Thanks to Robert Lyons for the info.

80 Martha And The Muffins Indecision DINDISC DIP 1
80 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Introducing Radios DINDISC DIP 2