Sire Records is an American record label, owned by Warner Music Group and distributed by Warner Bros. Records.
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... and still in high school when they signed a three-album deal in 1988 with Sire Records, at the behest of Sire founder Seymour Stein ... All of this promotion helped the band sell well over 150,000 units of the record ... The final Sire Records release came in 1993 with Beneath the Rhythm and Sound ...
... Maniac – (12") 1992 - Zoth Ommog • (CD Maxi) 1992 - Zoth Ommog • (12") 1993 - Sire Records • (CD Maxi) 1993 - Sire Records Fear – (CD EP) 1993 - Zoth Ommog 104 ... – (C ...
... they were signed by a music management company, Gotham records, and decided to pursue music in the funk genre ... to the DJ Mark Kamins who, after hearing the song, took her to Sire Records, where she was signed for a single deal ... When "Everybody" became a dance hit, Sire Records decided to follow up with an album for her ...
... Year Title UK Label 1983 "Chenko" b/w Valley - Cherry Red Records CHERRY 73 1984 "Saskatchewan" b/w Speeches - Sire Records W 9157 1985 "Lean on Me (Ah-Li-Ayo)" b/w Stinging Bee No. 3 Sire Records W 8926 1986 "For America" b/w R n' A (R n' A is built around the chant from Chenko recorded in reverse) No. 10 Sire Records YZ 84 1987 "Heart of the Sun" b/w Enjoy (Solid Gold Easy Amex) No ...
... London-Sire Records was an American-based record label owned by Warner Music Group, created in 2000 with the merging of Sire Records and London Records ... Following the dissolution, both Sire and London returned to operating as separate entities ... The label also included Essential Records (London) founded by Pete Tong in London, England, which released dance music compilations from well known DJs and artists such as Paul Oakenfold, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox ...
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Sole estate his sire bequeathed,
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