The Waikiki Beach Boys - Aloha Hawaii (There was a time that the Hawaiian sound was a hype. However, under the hands of the Music For Pleasure record label, even this sound can be made sound artificial. The track "Tiger Shark" has a wicked melody, a shame it sounds so artificial).
Luis Bordon and his Brasillianos
Franz Lehár - Die Lustige Witwe / Emmerich Kálmán - Die Csardasfürstin (an "Operette" record on the Orbis label. Nice looking cover. Cover notes "Disco Keur-kring Amsterdam", the word "disco" used in the pre disco era :-)
Wonderland by Night (Actually I am thinking about keeping this record because of the "Light My Fire" cover by Jack Jones and Pat Williams. One of the most horrible, and therefore funny, versions I have heard so far. I mean excluding the muzak versions that are floating around).
Percy Faith / David Rose / Russ Case - Three of a Kind (What to do with a record of an artist that you do not like? what with two? and what with three?)
Wij Dansen vol. 1 ("We dance volume 1" with the following dance styles: Samba, Rumba, Rumba Bolero, Jive, Cha Cha CHa, Paso-Doble & Slow Jive)
Steven Black and his Swinging Saxophones - Swinging Saxophones (Which muzak record does not have "La Paloma" on it? This one has even a muzak bonus: "House of The Rising Sun")
Harald Winkler - Super Star Sound Guitar Concerto (Sealed with a Kiss, Let it Be are, amongst others, included in this guitar muzak record).