Synonyms for xl_recordings or Related words with xl_recordings

astralwerks              skint_records              beggars_banquet              mau_trap              invada_records              dim_mak_records              parlophone              tvt_records              nettwerk              brainfeeder              razor_tie              glassnote_records              ninja_tune              ztt              fierce_panda              paper_plastick              cherrytree_records              sonybmg              yep_roc_records              geffen_records              polydor              positiva              frenchkiss_records              pias_recordings              dangerbird_records              rawkus              barsuk_records              earache_records              chemikal_underground              interscope_records              rooart              breakbeat_kaos              buddah_records              tee_pee_records              bmg_chrysalis              fat_possum_records              octone_records              glitterhouse_records              rykodisc              surfdog_records              ipecac_recordings              xlp_cd              kscope              spinefarm_records              jagjaguwar              aatw              roadrunner_records              axtone              spinart_records              volcom_entertainment             

Examples of "xl_recordings"
Credits adapted from the liner notes of "21", XL Recordings.
Credits adapted from the liner notes of "Skyfall", XL Recordings.
XL Recordings Chapters was a musical compilation series which between 1990 and 1995 showcased tracks from the XL Recordings record label. Also, other notable breakbeat hardcore, house and techno tracks, XL's output at the time, were featured from other labels. The label released a new compilation, "Chapter VI" in November 2015 showcasing the latest crop of artists with XL Recordings.
As of 2017, XL Recordings is home to a range of artists including:
Holly Miranda "The Magician's Private Library" LP 2010 (recording/mix) XL Recordings
Richard Russell is the owner of British record label XL Recordings.
On 22 August 2006, Ratatat released their second album entitled "Classics" on XL Recordings.
In August 2009 Giggs signed a record deal with XL Recordings.
"Ash Wednesday" was independently released in 2006 and was subsequently released February 20, 2007 by XL Recordings.
In 2000, she released "Courtesy of Choice" on XL Recordings, with vocal contributions from the same singers.
It was released in the UK on 12 August 1991 through XL Recordings on vinyl, CD and cassette tape format .
True Romance is Golden Silvers Debut Album Released by XL recordings in April 2009 on CD, download and 12″ vinyl.
In 2002, XL Recordings re-released the album and as well put out an "Expanded Edition" featuring a bonus disc.
Ratchet is the 2015 debut studio album by American singer, songwriter Shamir, released on May 19, 2015 on XL Recordings.
Tango 3.0 is a studio album by the electronic band Gotan Project. It was released in 2010 on XL Recordings.
Before signing to XL Recordings the band cut three 7" singles with indie label Rex Records. These singles were "Over and Over", "Mouthful of Love" and "Tommy Shots". Two of these singles would be re-released by XL Recordings, but these Rex singles, some of which are recorded with former members have achieved collectors items status among YHA fans.
In 2004, he enrolled at the University of Westminsters' Commercial Music course, but shortly afterwards was offered an intern position in the mailroom of XL Recordings by owner Richard Russell. Webber decided to continue with his degree while working at XL Recordings graduating in 2007 with a BA (Hons).
Sales of Adele's "21" helped increase XL Recordings' bank balance from £3million to £32million in the space of 12 months. As of March 2011, XL Recordings had released three albums that had sold over a million copies in the UK: The Prodigy's "The Fat of the Land", Adele's "19", and Adele's "21".
Cripple Crow is the fifth album by psychedelic folk acoustic rocker Devendra Banhart released on September 13, 2005 on XL Recordings. It his first release on the label XL Recordings. The cover is reminiscent of the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album cover.
In 2005, Webber was promoted to Product Manager at XL Recordings by owner Richard Russell. Webber worked with acts including Adele, Basement Jaxx, M.I.A, Peaches, Radiohead and The White Stripes. More specifically, Webber did A&R for Adele's album 21, M.I.A's Kala, Leona Lewis' I Am and Steve Angello's Wild Youth. In 2009, he was promoted to XL Recordings Director of A&R, and moved to Los Angeles to open the label's West Coast office. In Los Angeles, Webber signed new acts, for which in 2010 Billboard magazine named him one of their "30 Under 30" music business stars. Webber left XL Recordings in 2011.