Cooking's owner and managing director Martin Goldschmidt has already had success in the States, but conceded that a release schedule that included the first album from The Cranberries in a decade - alongside new albums from US radio favourites The Cult, The Prodigy and Marilyn Manson - who Cooking signed last year - represented a major step up for the Acton-based indie.
"We're pretty good at putting out records here, but we want to maintain that quality for our artists ...
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