SPLASH
RECORDS

 Independent label: owned by Chas Peate; thus the 'CP' in prefix which the singles used.  Splash's first record, 'Sky High', by Jigsaw (CPI-1; 10/75), reached No.9 in the Singles Charts, but none of its subsequent releases managed to match that performance - all subsequent singles used a CP prefix rather than a CPI one, incidentally.  Another Jigsaw single, 'If I Have To Go Away' (CP-11; 6/77) crept into the Top 40; but after that, nothing.  Initially Splash was handled by Larry Uttal's 'Private Stock' records and was distributed by EMI.   Private Stock closed in 1978, but Splash kept on going; it had lost the 'Private Stock' logo on its label by the summer of 1977. 1979 saw a move to Pye / PRT and a change of catalogue numbers, to SP-000.  Later the numbering was changed again, to the CPS-1000s; the label was still releasing singles in 1988.  The discography below only covers the 1970s. Distributed By Pye PRT Record.

 
86 The Duty Frees Holiday SPLASH CPS 1001
86 I.C.Q. My Computer Knows SPLASH CPS 1002
86 Not Traced SPLASH CPS 1003
86 Not Traced SPLASH CPS 1004
86 Not Traced SPLASH CPS 1005
86 Jigsaw Skyhigh SPLASH CPS 1006
86 Henderson Phil Secret Pictures SPLASH CPS 1007
86 Donnelly Bill Move Over SPLASH CPS 1008
87 Pertwee Jon Never Ever Talk SPLASH CPS 1009
87 Ford John T What You Gonna Do SPLASH CPS 1010
88 That Girl Dream Lover SPLASH CPS 1011
88 Otis Jon In The Middle Of The Road SPLASH CPS 1012
88 Step By Step There She Goes SPLASH CPS 1013