South Africa
RCA


South Africa is not mentioned on the labels for some reason, maybe they
never thought they would be exported? Anyway they share the same numbering system
with Rhodesia so it can be confusing which is which. Fortunately
for the Monkees, I believe all the Rhodesian records were pressed on tri-centers,
so it's easy to distinguish between the two.

Chart positions courtesy of music historian Kimbozw from 45cat.com.

 

RCA Company Sleeves

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Released in 1966
Highest Chart Position: ?

41.893


Last Train To Clarksville/
Take A Giant Step

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Released in 1967
Highest Chart Position: 1

41.916


I'm A Believer/
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone

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Released in 1967
Highest Chart Position: ?

41.932


(Theme From) The Monkees/
I Wanna Be Free

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Released in 1967
Highest Chart Position: 8

41.938


A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You/
The Girl I Knew Somewhere

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Released in August 1967
Highest Chart Position: 14

41.973


Pleasant Valley Sunday/
Words

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Released in December 1967
Highest Chart Position: 1

42.000


Daydream Believer/
Goin' Down

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Released in 1968
Highest Chart Position: ?

42.020


Valleri/
Tapioca Tundra

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Released in 1968
Highest Chart Position: ?

42.040


D. W. Washburn/
It's Nice To Be With You

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Released in March 1969
Highest Chart Position: 14

42.080
Black Label


Tear Drop City/
A Man Without A Dream

 

42.080
Orange Label


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Released in August 1969
Highest Chart Position: 17

42.109


Listen To The Band/
Someday Man

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Released on December 4, 1969
Highest Chart Position: --

42.136


Good Clean Fun/
Mommy And Daddy