BMG acquires Skint and Loaded Records

BMG has acquired revered UK dance music labels Skint Records and Loaded Records - including Fatboy Slim’s multi-million selling catalogue of recordings.

Brighton-based Loaded was founded in 1990 by JC Reid and Tim Jeffery as one of the leading outfits in the house music scene. Damian Harris later joined the company before sister label Skint was launched in 1995, spearheading the ‘Big Beat’ sound with albums from Fatboy Slim (aka Norman Cook), Lo Fidelity Allstars and Bentley Rhythm Ace. Together ...

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