- Bin Dividers were used in LP and CD tracks to separate releases from each artist. They were usually simple
plain black or white pieces of plastic with the artist's name printed on a tab at the top.
- Virgin America issued this custom bin divider for US record shops. This single sided divider could either
be used for the LP bin or CD bin - perforations were made across the card so it could be trimmed to size.
- New US reissues of Life In A Day and
Real To Real Cacophony were also advertised.
- The company printed up a large number of these promotional items and mint, untorn copies to turn up