Mute Records Discography

Mute Records Discography

The following is a list of items with recorded Mute Records catalogue numbers, starting with label founder Daniel Miller's single as The Normal.

The discography is broken down by singles with a Mute catalogue number and albums with a Stumm catalogue number. Best of collections feature a Mutel catalogue number.

Through the years, various bands have been awarded their own personalised catalogue numbers, including Yazoo, Inspiral Carpets (through the purchase of the Cow Records imprint) and Depeche Mode, arguably the most prolific of the three for the label. Depeche Mode's singles, starting with "Leave in Silence", were issued with a Bong catalogue number.

See also: The Grey Area of Mute Records Discography

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