Record Labels

January 2005
Mix;Jan2005 Directory, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p142
The article presents information on various record labels. Some of them are as: Arista Records, Columbia Records, Curb Records, Astor Place Recordings, Atlantic Classics, Atlantic Country, Atlantic Countries, BMG Canada, BMG Classics, BMG Entertainment, BMG US Latin, BNA Records, Capitol Records, Chocolate Factory Records Ltd., Columbia Records, RCA Records, BMG Music, Bill Roberts Precision Mastering, Rustron Music Productions, Sanctuary Records, Silvertone Records, Sire Records, Sony Discos and Sony Latin et al.


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