Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Tabloid The Mail On Sunday founded a music label.

   The British tabloid The Mail On Sunday established his own recording company, said NME.
The new label is called The Mail On Sunday Sounds. His head Peter Wright said that intends to search for talent. According to him, this policy is consistent with the position of the newspaper The Mail On Sunday, which typically is not the topic for material from other publications, and looking for their own.
The first composition published under the label The Mail On Sunday Sounds, the record became known Christmas songs Holy Night, by a church choir. The list was presented on 8 December in anticipation of the Christmas holidays.
The newspaper The Mail On Sunday has been the production of music CDs. In particular, she published album Prince "Planet Earth" and the disc group McFly's "Radio: Active". These disks were distributed as a free application to the newspaper.

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