record label

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record label

n
(Music, other) a company that produces and sells records, CDs, and recordings
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recordings label and is the Canadian recording company of BMG.
recording company comprised of Automatic Productions, Columbia Records Group, Epic Records Group, Legacy Recordings, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Sony Disc Manufacturing, Sony Music Distribution, Sony Music Nashville, Sony Music Custom Marketing Group, Sony Music Studios, and Sony Wonder); Sony Music International (active in over 60 countries through its network of wholly-owned subsidiaries, joint ventures, and licensees); and Sony Classical, which includes the Sony Classical Film & Video division.
recording company comprised of Automatic Productions, Columbia Records Group, Epic Records Group, Sony Music Nashville, Legacy Recordings, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Sony Disc Manufacturing, Sony Music Distribution, Sony Music Custom Marketing Group, Sony Music Studios, and Sony Wonder); Sony Music International (active in over 67 countries through its network of wholly owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and licensees); and Sony Classical, which includes the Sony Classical Film & Video division.
a private recording company whose roster of artists included Madonna, Depeche Mode, the Pretenders, Talking Heads and Ramones.
pilcrow (paragraph sign)] The cross-complaint filed by Love was the result of a complaint filed by UMG against her when she attempted to end her contractual relationship with the recording company.