Double D Records was a UK label owned and operated by Dave Dee of sixties
pop hit band Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, & Tich. I've included it here
because of the releases by The Sweat and The Atrix, and also because there
doesn't seem to be a discography for this label anywhere else on the net.
I've read in catalogues that this Features (there were several acts with this name) was an Irish band with a female singer but I haven't been able to verify this.
The first release is actually on Cool King Records but I've included it here because it is the first Double D Records co-release. There was another Double D label in 1980 who released a single by Sung By Jean but I assume there is no connection. Cool King released several more singles up to approx 1983 by Dumpy's Rusty Bolts among others.
Singles had the prefix D DEE. Albums DDLP.
Singles D D 1 The Dance Band - Stacks of Tracks/Do You Wanna Dance [March 1980] on "Cool King" Records and "A Double D Release" D DEE 2 The Sweat - Why'd Ya Have To Lie/Hey Little Girl  (PS) D DEE 3 The Features - Go Now / Make Me Wanna [June 1980] (PS) D DEE 4 Marianne Chase - Love Amnesia / Ghosts Of Love [8 August 1980] (PS) D DEE 5 The Dance Band - Three Strings  (PS) D DEE 6 The Kraze - Say Hello To My Girl / Friday Night [October 1980] (PS) D DEE 7 The Sweat - I Must Be Crazy/Ginny Don't Cry  (PS) D DEE 8 The Atrix - Treasure On The Wasteland/Graphite Pile  (PS)
AlbumsDDLP 1 Dance Band - Fancy Footwork  DDLP 2 The Sweat - No More Running  DDLP 3 Zed - s/t  DDLP 4 Motion - Eponymous