Record Labels

Some articles on record labels, records, labels:

Contact (Platinum Blonde Album) - Record Labels
... Epic Records (CBS Records Canada) LP – FE 40949 CS – FET-40949 CD – EK 1987 ... Epic USA LP – BFE 40949 CD – ET40949 ...
1980s In Music - The US and The Rest of North America - Rock - Alternative Rock
... By 1984, a majority of groups signed to independent record labels were mining from a variety of rock and particularly 1960s rock influences ... rock in the 1980s was primarily relegated to independent record labels, fanzines and college radio stations ... American indie record labels SST Records, Twin/Tone Records, Touch and Go Records, and Dischord Records presided over the shift from the hardcore punk that then dominated the American underground ...
List Of Record Labels: 0-9 - See Also
... Catalog numbering systems for single records List of electronic music record labels List of independent UK record labels List of record labels in Pakistan ...
Robert John (photographer) - Clients - Music - Record Labels
... Geffen Records Sony BMG, Universal Records Warner Bros ... Records Interscope Atlantic Records Virgin Records Island Records Capitol Records Columbia Records RCA Records Elektra Records EMI SPV GmbH Century Media Metal Blade ...
New Music Economy - Term Usage History
... The nuance of infinite shelf space opened up economic opportunity for independent record labels around the world ... of Attention Economy Principles in Marketing Strategies Music Licensing Bands, artists labels are able to utilize music licensing for opportunity ... Music has a positive effect on consumer behavior Branding Bands, artists record labels using digital tools such as widgets, social networks, avatars, and icons Internet Specific Content ...

Famous quotes containing the words labels and/or record:

    The Prime Minister has an absolute genius for putting flamboyant labels on empty luggage.
    Aneurin Bevan (1897–1960)

    Such is the role of poetry. It unveils, in the strict sense of the word. It lays bare, under a light which shakes off torpor, the surprising things which surround us and which our senses record mechanically.
    Jean Cocteau (1889–1963)