03 November 2005

MySpace Records

MySpace, one of the top music destinations on the Internet, is starting its own record label. The imprint, to be manufactured by Universal Music Group's Interscope Records and distributed by Universal's indie arm Fontana Distribution, will begin life Nov. 15 with the release of the compilation "MySpace Records: Volume I." That initial title, lowball priced at $9.98, will feature a mix of tracks by major-label, indie-label and unsigned acts, including Weezer, the All-American Rejects, Dashboard Confessional, Fall Out Boy, AFI, Against Me, Plain White T's, New Year's Day and Hollywood Undead.
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