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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player, Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to [=DCD2=] Eecords in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.


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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player, Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to [=DCD2=] Eecords Records in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.




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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player, Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to DCD2 records in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.


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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player, Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to DCD2 records [=DCD2=] Eecords in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.




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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player , Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to DCD2 records in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.


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During Fall Out Boy’s tenure with the label in 2005, their bass player , player, Pete Wentz, joined with Janick to create an imprint label called Decaydance Records. Initially, it signed acts that were already on the Fueled By Ramen roster. It has since become independent from Ramen and has changed its name to DCD2 records in 2016, though it kept its remaining acts in addition to signing some new ones.


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Fueled by Ramen is a record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It's currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is currently distributed by [[Creator/ElektraRecords The Elektra Music Group]] after previously being distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles the label founders had in the early years of the label when they spent most of their money on making records.

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Fueled by Ramen is a record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It's currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is currently distributed by [[Creator/ElektraRecords The Elektra Music Group]] after previously being distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles that the label founders had in the label's early years of the label when they had spent most of their money on making records.


In June 2018, Fueled by Ramen became a subsidiary of Warner Music's Creator/ElektraRecords label.

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In June 2018, Fueled by Ramen became a subsidiary of Warner Music's Creator/ElektraRecords label.


Fueled by Ramen is record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It is currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles the label founders had in the early years of the label when they spent most of their money on making records.

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Fueled by Ramen is a record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It is It's currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is currently distributed by [[Creator/ElektraRecords The Elektra Music Group]] after previously being distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles the label founders had in the early years of the label when they spent most of their money on making records.


Vinnie left Ramen in 2006 due to losing passion in the music the label was investing in and the direction it was taking towards future signees. Regardless, after moving to UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, the label still managed to prosper. Even after Emo and Pop Punk in general saw some decline in the charts during the TheNewTens, the label maintains to have success on the single and album charts thanks to newer signees like Music/{{Fun}} and Music/TwentyOnePilots.

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Vinnie left Ramen in 2006 due to losing passion in the music the label was investing in and the direction it was taking towards future signees. Regardless, after moving to UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, the label still managed to prosper. Even after Emo and Pop Punk in general saw some decline in the charts during the TheNewTens, the label maintains to have has maintained success on the single and album charts thanks to newer signees like Music/{{Fun}} and Music/TwentyOnePilots.


Fueled By Ramen is record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It is currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles the label founders had in the early years of the label when they spent most of their money on making records.

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Fueled By by Ramen is record label that is best known for releasing several of the most popular {{Emo}} and PopPunk records of the 2000s. It is currently a member of the Creator/WarnerMusicGroup and is distributed by Creator/AtlanticRecords. The name comes from the diet of ramen noodles the label founders had in the early years of the label when they spent most of their money on making records.



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