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1995 In Music - Events - September–October
... September 27 - Time Warner agrees to sell back its 50 percent share of Interscope Records ... In return Tupac signed a three-album deal with Knight's Death Row Records ... October 23 - Def Leppard enters the Guinness Book of World Records by performing three shows in three continents in the same day, playing Tangier, Morocco, London, England ...
1995 In Music - Events - July–August
... Michael will now record for the new label DreamWorks Records ... and becomes one of the best-selling independent records of all time ... The official end of Sarah Records is marked with a farewell party featuring live sets by many of the label's acts ...
XDISCIPLEx A.D. - Discography
... Scarab (1997) Imitation of Love (Goodfellow Records, 1998) No Blood, No Alter Now (Goodlife Recordings, 1999) Heaven and Hell (Triple Crown Records, 2000 ...
Zurich (The White Foliage Album) - Discography
... How to Make Better Love Split CD with In Ink Please (Fall Records 2004) Zurich mini-LP (Fall Records 2004) Bright Teeth EP (Fall Records 2008) iTunes only. ...
Discography - Paolo Fresu Quintet and Sextet
... 1985 - Ostinato - (Splasc(h) Records) 1986 - Inner Voices feat ... David Liebman - (Splasc(h) Records) 1987 - Mamut - (Splasc(h) Records) 1988 - Qvarto - (Splasc(h) Records) 1989 - AA.VV. 1990 - Live in Montpellier - (Splasc(h) Records) 1991 - Ossi Di Seppia feat ...

Famous quotes containing the word records:

    Although crowds gathered once if she but showed her face,
    And even old men’s eyes grew dim, this hand alone,
    Like some last courtier at a gypsy camping-place
    Babbling of fallen majesty, records what’s gone.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The camera relieves us of the burden of memory. It surveys us like God, and it surveys for us. Yet no other god has been so cynical, for the camera records in order to forget.
    John Berger (b. 1926)

    Better the rudest work that tells a story or records a fact, than the richest without meaning.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)