History Creator / AtlanticRecords

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** Music/PhilCollins*

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Atlantic Records had owned a 50 percent stake in Creator/InterscopeRecords which launched in 1990. They sold their shares to MCA (later known as Universal Records) after many activist groups complained about many of the gangsta rap albums released through Interscope, including ones released in conjunction with Creator/DeathRowRecords. After the sales of the Warner Music Group to a group of investors in 2003, Atlantic was merged with Creator/ElektraRecords, though Atlantic continues to be a major label to this day; they were the first major to have more than half of their sales from digital products, though they still maintain strong compact disc sales compared to other record labels.


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Atlantic Records had owned a 50 percent stake in Creator/InterscopeRecords which launched in 1990. They sold their shares to MCA (later known as Universal Records) after many activist groups complained about many of the gangsta rap albums released through Interscope, including ones released in conjunction with Creator/DeathRowRecords. After the sales of the Warner Music Group to a group of investors in 2003, 2004, Atlantic was merged with Creator/ElektraRecords, though Atlantic continues to be a major label to this day; they were the first major to have more than half of their sales from digital products, though they still maintain strong compact disc sales compared to other record labels.

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24th Oct '17 4:27:59 AM MarkLungo
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Atlantic Records had owned a 50 percent stake in Creator/InterscopeRecords which launched in 1990. They sold their shares to MCA (later known as Universal Records) after many activist groups complained about many of the gangsta rap albums released through Interscope, including ones released in conjunction with Death Row Records. After the sales of the Warner Music Group to a group of investors in 2003, Atlantic was merged with Creator/ElektraRecords, though Atlantic continues to be a major label to this day; they were the first major to have more than half of their sales from digital products, though they still maintain strong compact disc sales compared to other record labels.


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Atlantic Records had owned a 50 percent stake in Creator/InterscopeRecords which launched in 1990. They sold their shares to MCA (later known as Universal Records) after many activist groups complained about many of the gangsta rap albums released through Interscope, including ones released in conjunction with Death Row Records.Creator/DeathRowRecords. After the sales of the Warner Music Group to a group of investors in 2003, Atlantic was merged with Creator/ElektraRecords, though Atlantic continues to be a major label to this day; they were the first major to have more than half of their sales from digital products, though they still maintain strong compact disc sales compared to other record labels.

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