FFRR
RECORDS

Independent Diy label:  FFRR (Full Frequency Range Recordings) was launched in 1986 by the UK branch of London Records after that company's efforts to be a diverse, Island Records-like pop label resulted in a failure to signing up-and-coming dance artists who preferred the specialization of competitors like Rhythm King and Island's 4th & Broadway imprint.London employee and radio DJ Pete Tong and an assistant ran FFRR. Although the company name FFRR Records Ltd. first appeared on releases in 1986, the standard London logos were used until 1987. Such releases, even if they have an old-style "ffrr" badge embedded in the London logos, should only be filed under London Records. A new logo for the dance imprint first appeared on releases in 1987. It incorporated elements of the classic "ffrr" high fidelity marks that had been part of the Decca and London branding since the 1940s, yet it is a unique logo, with a key difference being that it normally appears by itself and contains the words Full Frequency Range Recordings (not Recording, and not American Recordings or British Recordings). FFRR-branded records were released in the US via PolyGram; such releases can be filed under both FFRR and PolyGram. From 1990 on, the imprint was affiliated with both FFRR Records Ltd. and London Records Ltd. Manufactured And Distributed By.

  

88 Jamie Principle Baby Wants To Ride FFRR FFR  1
88 Salt-N-Pepa Push It/I Am Down FFRR FFR 2
88 Master Of Ceremony Masters Move FFRR FFR  3
88 Harris Simon Bass FFRR FFR  4
88 Not Traced FFRR FFR  5
88 Tyree Acid Over FFRR FFR  6
88 Reese & Santonio Back To The Beat (With The Sound) FFRR FFR  7
88 Beats Workin' Sure Beats Workin' FFRR FFR  8
88 Electra Jibaro (Come On Let'S Go) FFRR FFR  9
88 Principle Jamie  Rebels (Get Righteous) FFRR FFR  10
88 Salt-N-Pepa Feat. Eu Shake Your Thang (It'S Your Thing) FFRR FFR  11
88 Harris Simon Here Comes That Sound FFRR FFR  12
88 D-Mob Feat. Gary Haisman We Call It Acieed FFRR FFR  13
88 Not Traced FFRR FFR  14
88 Reese & Santonio Structure FFRR FFR  15
88 Salt-N-Pepa Expression FFRR FFR  16
88 Code 61 Drop The Deal FFRR FFR  17
88 Marshal Jefferson With Truth Open Your Eyes FFRR FFR  18
88 Cookie Crew Born This Way (Let'S Dance) FFRR FFR  19
88 Salt 'N' Pepa I Like It Like That FFRR FFR  20
89 Sterling Void Runaway Girl/It'S Alright FFRR FFR  21
89 Ultra Magnetic Mcs Give The Drummer Some FFRR FFR  22
89 A Split Second Flesh FFRR FFR  23
89 Tyree Feat. Kool Rock Steady Turn Up The Bass FFRR FFR  24
89 Cookie Crew Got To Keep On FFRR FFR  25
89 Beats Workin' Burn Out (Don'T Fade Away) FFRR FFR  26
89 Not Traced FFRR FFR  27
89 June Montana I Need Your Love FFRR FFR  28

  
 A FULL DISCOGRAPHY OF THE FFRR F 100 SERIES 1985-1997 CAN BE FOUND HERE