record company

  1. a company that makes and sells musical recordings
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How To Use record company In A Sentence

  • You know, when the Beatles started there was a record company guy who said electric guitar music was finished.
  • All of the money advanced by the record company to the act has to be paid back by the act from it's small percentage of the CD returns.
  • Months after an album was cut in 1978, the record company went into liquidation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Money can't buy you love, but it is admittedly quite important if you are an ailing international record company. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any record company that believes illicit song file distribution hinders their ability to sell music is deceiving itself - how else will anyone find out about the gazillion CDs that are out there?
  • With his group the Daintees, he was a high profile act with a major record company until quite recently.
  • Indeed, some bands are unable to tour without their record company's financial support.
  • Due to its limited budget and manpower, the record company did not want to do it either.
  • These factories are mainly concerned with manufacturing product for artists signed to the record company.
  • New groups have always been obliged to build a fan base before a record company will sign them. Times, Sunday Times
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