Century Media Records is an Independent record label with offices in the United States, Germany, and Australia.
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... In August 2011 Century Media decided to pull all of their acts from Spotify, an online music streaming service, citing this as "an attempt to protect the interests of their ... Metal blog Metal Sucks criticized Century Media in a post, which was later replied to by the label in an email ... On July 30 2012, Century Media Records made their entire catalog available on Spotify again after "impressive debates and messages from fans" and ...
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... In January 2007, after the addition of vocalist Tony Gambino, they signed with Century Media Records, from the band which spent April at The Farm in ... months after the recording of the album by Century Media in Europe in August 2008 and the US in September 2008 ... called it quits to pursue his career as a record producer and songwriter ...
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