Which label has released most tunes?

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Just out of interest..

I see RAM is at 94 now which is awesome, and Hospital on 184 which seems mindblowing to me.

Any other labels topping that?!
 

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I reckon, including albums:

Formation ~210
Hospital ~210
Renegade Hardware ~ 130
Metalheadz & Meth Platinum ~120
Ram ~110
 

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Each to their own fella, i love the stuff they have been putting out
Of course of course. But essentially to me, it's just for the most part, well produced, cheesy rave fodder music that gets swept under the rug and has no lasting impression. That's just me though. Some of their older stuff is great and a select few tracks from recent releases. For example I thought Logistics' album was a masterpiece. Still rinse most the tracks off that.
 

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For the guy who counted Formation's

Are you including all their sublabels
I included the Colour/City/Season/Country series if that's what you mean, didn't include Reformed though. If I had they'd be on about 210.

Didn't bother counting every release, just estimated based on cat numbers.

Moving Shadow must have had ~340, Reinforced ~250, True Playaz/Ganja ~180. Dunno how I forgot them lol.
 

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I included the Colour/City/Season/Country series if that's what you mean, didn't include Reformed though. If I had they'd be on about 210.

Didn't bother counting every release, just estimated based on cat numbers.

Moving Shadow must have had ~340, Reinforced ~250, True Playaz/Ganja ~180. Dunno how I forgot them lol.
I mean like:
Headquarters, F Project, Dubform, etc.
 

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Of course of course. But essentially to me, it's just for the most part, well produced, cheesy rave fodder music that gets swept under the rug and has no lasting impression. That's just me though. Some of their older stuff is great and a select few tracks from recent releases. For example I thought Logistics' album was a masterpiece. Still rinse most the tracks off that.
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