• Madonna Madonna (Japan, Sire, catalog number 9 23867-2)
  • Madonna Madonna (West Germany, Sire, catalog number 9 23867-2)
  • Madonna Like A Virgin (Japan, Sire, catalog number 32XD-102, released in Japan, with obi strip)
  • Madonna Like A Virgin (Japan, Sire, catalog number 32XP-102, released in Japan, with obi strip)
  • Madonna Like A Virgin (West Germany, Sire, catalog number 9 25157-2)
  • The Manhattan Transfer Bodies and Souls (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80104-2)
  • The Manhattan Transfer Bop Doo-Wopp (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 81233-2)
  • The Manhattan Transfer The Best of The Manhattan Transfer (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 19319-2, catalog number is shown as 19319-2 on disc and inserts)
  • The Manhattan Transfer The Best of The Manhattan Transfer (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 38XP-10/80085-2, released in Japan, with obi strip, catalog number is shown as 38XP-10 on obi strip and as 80085-2 on disc)
  • The Manhattan Transfer The Best of The Manhattan Transfer (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 80085-2, catalog number is shown as 80085-2 on disc and inserts)
  • Matt Bianco Whose Side Are You On (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 240 472-2, released in Europe)
  • Michael McDonald If That’s What It Takes (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 23703-2)
  • Michael McDonald No Lookin’ Back (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 32XD-325, released in Japan, with obi strip, no text stamped on clear plastic ring at center of disc)
  • Michael McDonald No Lookin’ Back (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 32XD-325, released in Japan, with obi strip, “CSR” stamped on clear plastic ring at center of disc)
  • Christine McVie Christine McVie (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25059-2)
  • Bette Midler The Divine Miss M (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7238-2/32XP-137, released in Japan, with obi strip, catalog number 32XP-137 shown on obi strip, catalog number 7238-2 shown on disc, inserts, and obi strip, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Bette Midler The Divine Miss M (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7238-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Bette Midler The Divine Miss M (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7238-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”)
  • Bette Midler The Rose — The Original Soundtrack Recording (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 16010-2)
  • Bette Midler No Frills (Japan, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80070-2; more info.)
  • Bette Midler No Frills (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80070-2)
  • Midnight Star Planetary Invasion (West Germany, Solar, catalog number 9 60384-2)
  • Joni Mitchell Court and Spark (West Germany, Asylum, catalog number 1001-2, purple target and light blue coating on disc, catalog number is shown on disc and inserts as 1001-2)
  • Joni Mitchell Court and Spark (West Germany, Asylum, catalog number 61001-2, purple target and light blue coating on disc, catalog number is shown on disc and inserts as 61001-2)
  • Joni Mitchell Court and Spark (West Germany, Asylum, catalog number 61001-2, silver target and orange coating on disc, catalog number is shown on disc and inserts as 61001-2)
  • The Modern Jazz Quartet Reunion at Budokan 1981 (Japan, Atlantic, catalog number 38XD-3, released in Japan)
  • Van Morrison Moondance (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 3103-2)
  • Steve Morse Band The Introduction (West Germany, Elektra Musician, catalog number 9 60369-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”)
  • Steve Morse Band The Introduction (West Germany, Elektra Musician, catalog number 9 60369-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Steve Morse Band The Introduction (U.S., Elektra Musician, catalog number 9 60369-2)
  • Mötley Crüe Shout At The Devil (West Germany, Elektra, catalog number 9 60289-2, black text and black and orange Elektra logo on disc)
  • Mötley Crüe Shout At The Devil (West Germany, Elektra, catalog number 9 60289-2, silver text and silver and orange Elektra logo on disc)
  • W. A. Mozart (The Sequoia String Quartet) Four Early Quartets (Japan, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79026-2)
  • W. A. Mozart (The Sequoia String Quartet) Four Early Quartets (U.S., Nonesuch, catalog number E2 79026, early Columbia House issue)
  • W. A. Mozart (Richard Goode, Piano; Orpheus Chamber Orchestra) Piano Concertos (West Germany, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79042-2)
  • Marius Muller-Westernhagen Die Sonne So Rot (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 240 492-2, released in West Germany)
  • Musical Offering Viva Vivaldi (West Germany, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79067-2)
  • Randy Newman Trouble in Paradise (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 23755-2; more info.)
  • Randy Newman Trouble in Paradise (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 23755-2)
  • Stevie Nicks Bella Donna (West Germany, Atco/Modern Records, catalog number 38139-2)
  • Stevie Nicks Bella Donna (West Germany, WEA/Modern Records, catalog number 299 169, released in Europe)
  • Stevie Nicks The Wild Heart (West Germany, Atco/Modern Records, catalog number 90084-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”)
  • Stevie Nicks The Wild Heart (West Germany, Atco/Modern Records, catalog number 90084-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Stevie Nicks The Wild Heart (West Germany, WEA/Modern Records, catalog number 2 50071-2, released in Europe)
  • The Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach (West Germany, Nonesuch, catalog number 79020-2, two-disc set)
  • Oasis Oasis (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 240 372-2, released in Europe)
  • The Odessa Balalaikas The Art of the Balalaika (Japan, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79034-2)
  • Elaine Paige Stages (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 240 228-2, released in Europe)
  • Elaine Paige Cinema (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 240 511-2, released in Europe)
  • Graham Parker and The Shot Steady Nerves (West Germany, Elektra, catalog number 9 60388-2, silver text on disc)
  • Graham Parker and The Shot Steady Nerves (West Germany, Elektra, catalog number 9 60388-2, black text on disc)
  • Van Dyke Parks Jump! (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 23829-2)
  • Passport Ataraxia (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 250 456, released in Europe)
  • Passport Man in the Mirror (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 2 40253-2, released in Europe)
  • Passport Running in Real Time (West Germany, WEA, catalog number 240 633-2, released in Europe)
  • Teddy Pendergrass Love Language (West Germany, Asylum, catalog number 9 60317-2)
  • Robert Plant The Principle of Moments (West Germany, Esparanza, catalog number 7 90101-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”, with longbox)
  • Robert Plant The Principle of Moments (West Germany, Esparanza, catalog number 7 90101-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Jean-Luc Ponty Mystical Adventures (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 19333-2)
  • Jean-Luc Ponty Individual Choice (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80098-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”)
  • Jean-Luc Ponty Individual Choice (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80098-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Jean-Luc Ponty Open Mind (West Germany, Atlantic, catalog number 7 80185-2)
  • The Pretenders Pretenders (Japan, Sire, catalog number 6083-2)
  • The Pretenders Pretenders (West Germany, Sire, catalog number 6083-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”, inserts printed in West Germany)
  • The Pretenders Pretenders (West Germany, Sire, catalog number 6083-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”, inserts printed in the U.S.)
  • The Pretenders Learning to Crawl (Japan, WEA/Sire, catalog number 9 23980-2)
  • The Pretenders Learning to Crawl (West Germany, WEA/Sire, catalog number 9 23980-2)
  • Prince Dirty Mind (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 3478-2)
  • Prince Controversy (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 3601-2)
  • Prince Controversy (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 3601-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY”)
  • Prince Controversy (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 3601-2, disc says “MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM”)
  • Prince 1999 (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 38XD-105, released in Japan, with obi strip)
  • Prince 1999 (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 23720-2)
  • Prince 1999 (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 23720-2)
  • Prince & The Revolution Music From The Motion Picture Purple Rain (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 32XD-316, released in Japan, with obi strip)
  • Prince & The Revolution Music From the Motion Picture Purple Rain (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25110-2)
  • Prince & The Revolution Music From the Motion Picture Purple Rain (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25110-2)
  • Prince & The Revolution Music From the Motion Picture Purple Rain (France, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25110-2, released in Europe)
  • Prince & The Revolution Music From the Motion Picture Purple Rain (Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 925 110-2, released in Europe)
  • Prince & The Revolution Around the World in a Day (Japan, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25286-2, with original longbox, first longbox ever issued)
  • Prince & The Revolution Around the World in a Day (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25286-2, with original longbox, first longbox ever issued)
  • Prince & The Revolution Around the World in a Day (West Germany, Warner Bros., catalog number 9 25286-2, in jewel case with standard inserts, released in Europe)
  • Sergei Prokofiev (The Sequoia String Quartet) String Quartets (West Germany, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79048-2, no barcode on back insert, both spines labeled “9 79048-2 PROKOFIEV/THE SEQUOIA STRING QUARTET NONESUCH DIGITAL”)
  • Sergei Prokofiev (The Sequoia String Quartet) String Quartets (West Germany, Nonesuch, catalog number 9 79048-2, barcode on back insert, one spine labeled “9 79048-2 PROKOFIEV/THE SEQUOIA STRING QUARTET NONESUCH DIGITAL”, other spine labeled “PROKOFIEV, STRING QUARTETS/THE SEQUOIA STRING QUARTET”)