Absolutely not. That's what makes these so curious. It would be very interesting to know just how "quad" these really are. The only one I have ever heard of is the Blind Hog title. I only am aware of that because I have sought out as many rock/pop titles as I could find over the years and that one was listed on Mark Andersons' quad discography and sounded like it wouuld be rock and roll.It sure looks like "that" kind of label. Was Dawn of Dylan a quad LP?
Thats because it's not an Earth company. The Romulans were trying to saturate our Q8 market with inferior products. That is untill Captain Kirk discovered the plot.First of all, there was no such label that I can find that released vinyl named Romulus; at least, not during the era covered by these tapes, which is 1971-72, in general.
It had to be, and had all the looks of being one, though why anyone in their right mind would think the 'quad crowd' was checking out gas stations looking for Q8's is one of those little mysteries that must be left unsolved... But whatever they are, don't recall ever having seen one, which I would have bought just out of curiosity. They've been listed in Mark's guide, but the kind of titles not exactly on anyone's radar or wish list.Wasn't this the label that run "under the radar" of the record companies, selling mostly in gas stations and diners? I don't think it was a 'real' label.