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However, all this talent couldn't protect [=DreamWorks=] from the social and technological changes that challenged the entire music industry at the TurnOfTheMillennium. By the middle of the 2000s, the label was acquired by Universal Music Group, where its pop acts were switched to Creator/GeffenRecords, the label created by [=DreamWorks=] co-founder David Geffen ([[{{Irony}} which he'd stepped down from to help form the studio]]). [=DreamWorks=] Nashville continued a while longer before Universal shut it down as well. For all the promise it showed at the start, [=DreamWorks=] Records existed for less than a decade.

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However, all this talent couldn't protect [=DreamWorks=] from the social and technological changes that challenged the entire music industry at the TurnOfTheMillennium. By the middle of the 2000s, the label was acquired by Universal Music Group, Creator/UniversalMusicGroup, where its pop acts were switched to Creator/GeffenRecords, the label created by [=DreamWorks=] co-founder David Geffen ([[{{Irony}} which he'd stepped down from to help form the studio]]). [=DreamWorks=] Nashville continued a while longer before Universal shut it down as well. For all the promise it showed at the start, [=DreamWorks=] Records existed for less than a decade.


Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as a cast recording of the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/JimmyFallon and Creator/JeffFoxworthy.

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Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as a cast recording of the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, Nashville, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/JimmyFallon and Creator/JeffFoxworthy.


Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio. The labelís logo was the final project of famed pop artist Creator/RoyLichtenstein.

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Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio. The labelís logo was the final project of famed pop artist Creator/RoyLichtenstein.\n


Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio. The labelís logo was the final project of famed pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.

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Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio. The labelís logo was the final project of famed pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Creator/RoyLichtenstein.


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Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio.

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Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creator/DreamWorks film studio. \n The labelís logo was the final project of famed pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.


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Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/JimmyFallon and Creator/JeffFoxworthy.

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Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as a cast recording of the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/JimmyFallon and Creator/JeffFoxworthy.


Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creastor/DreamWorks film studio.

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Founded in 1996, [=DreamWorks=] Records was a subsidiary of the Creastor/DreamWorks Creator/DreamWorks film studio.

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Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock and Creator/JimmyFallon.

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Run by Mo Ostin and Lenny Waronker, the former heads of Creator/WarnerBrosRecords, the [=DreamWorks=] label issued the expected soundtracks to the parent company's movies (as well as the original theatrical production of ''Theatre/{{Rent}}''), but most of its releases consisted of pop and rock music. [=DreamWorks=] attracted established acts like Music/GeorgeMichael, Music/HenryRollins and Music/TheIsleyBrothers, while also nurturing new artists like Music/RufusWainwright, Music/{{Eels}} and Music/{{Buckcherry}}. The label also had a CountryMusic arm, [=DreamWorks=] Nashvile, whose main hitmakers were Music/TobyKeith, Music/RandyTravis, and Darryl Worley. [=DreamWorks=] also dabbled in RecordedAndStandUpComedy with releases by Creator/ChrisRock Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/JimmyFallon and Creator/JimmyFallon.
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However, all this talent couldn't protect [=DreamWorks=] from the social and technological changes that challenged the entire music industry at the TurnOfTheMillennium. By the middle of the 2000s, the label was acquired by Universal Music Group, where its pop acts were switched to Creator/GeffenRecords, the label created by [=DreamWorks=] co-founder David Geffen ([[{{Irony}} which he'd stepped down from to help form the studio]]. [=DreamWorks=] Nashville continued a while longer before Universal shut it down as well. For all the promise it showed at the start, [=DreamWorks=] Records existed for less than a decade.

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However, all this talent couldn't protect [=DreamWorks=] from the social and technological changes that challenged the entire music industry at the TurnOfTheMillennium. By the middle of the 2000s, the label was acquired by Universal Music Group, where its pop acts were switched to Creator/GeffenRecords, the label created by [=DreamWorks=] co-founder David Geffen ([[{{Irony}} which he'd stepped down from to help form the studio]].studio]]). [=DreamWorks=] Nashville continued a while longer before Universal shut it down as well. For all the promise it showed at the start, [=DreamWorks=] Records existed for less than a decade.


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