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With UsefulNotes/WorldWarII on the horizon, Lewis sold off the American branch of Decca. The two companies operated separately for the next decade or so; the UK branch marketed its records in North America as London Records, while distributing US Decca's output in Europe on the Brunswick label.

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With UsefulNotes/WorldWarII on the horizon, Lewis sold off the American branch of Decca. The two companies operated separately for the next decade or so; the UK branch marketed its records in North America as London Records, while distributing US Decca's output in Europe on the Brunswick label. \n This was similar to the relationship between Creator/{{EMI}} and Creator/CapitolRecords, and Creator/PhilipsRecords and Creator/MercuryRecords.

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* Music/DavidBowie[[note]]UK Decca reissued material Bowie had originally released on their sublabels Vocalion Pop and Deram[[/note]]

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