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Take Control - Celestial Records - Chilled Vol 2 (File)

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  2. CELESTIAL RECORDS C. CELESTIAL RECORDS CLAIM THIS BUSINESS. S SPRINGFIELD AVE E CHICAGO, IL Get Directions () Business Info. Founded --Incorporated ; Annual Revenue $76,; Employee Count --Industries Retail - Records; Contacts -- Contact Business.
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  4. Also appears as "Celestial" only. US label of the late 50s launched by Chet Noland of Dimensional Sound recording studio from Seattle, WA. Later owned and managed by Art Benson, and relocated to Hollywood, CA. Revived in the late 70s. For unofficial releases, see Celestial Records .
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