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Epic Records Japan
Epic Records Japan
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Parent companySony Music Entertainment Japan
Founded1978
2001 (re-establishment)
FounderShigeo Maruyama
GenreVarious, mainly J-pop, formerly Video games
Country of originJapan
Official websitehttp://www.epic-jp.net/

Epic/Sony Records is a Japanese record label owned by Sony Music Entertainment Japan. Its founder was Shigeo Maruyama.

Between 1978 and 1988 the label operated as a wholly owned subsidiary: Epic/Sony Inc. (?EPIC?) was established in August 1978[1] and was folded back into CBS/Sony Group in March 1988.[2]

Notable music artists for this company have included Motoharu Sano, Tetsuya Komuro, and Kimiko Itoh.

In 2001, it was re-established as Epic Records Japan Inc. (?, Kabushiki Gaisha Epikku Rekoodo Japan).

Games published

During the late 1980s and early 1990s they also published video games for Nintendo consoles.

Record Labels

Active

  • Epic Records Japan

Inactive

  • Antinos
  • Dohb Discs
  • So What? Records
  • Kowalski
  • mf Records (joint venture with Motoharu Sano)
  • Mint Age

Current Artists

References

  1. ^ History. Sony Music Entertainment Japan. Accessed October 3, 2010
  2. ^ CBS/Sony to Take Over 4 Subsidiaries. Jiji Press Ticker Service, February 12, 1988
  3. ^ Aicom at gdri
  4. ^ "Tashiro Masashi no Princess ga Ippai Release Information for NES - GameFAQs". www.gamefaqs.com.
  5. ^ a b Sting at gdri
  6. ^ "Altered Space: A 3-D Alien Adventure Release Information for Game Boy - GameFAQs". www.gamefaqs.com.
  7. ^ "Utopia: The Creation of a Nation for Super Nintendo - GameFAQs". www.gamefaqs.com.
  8. ^ "Equinox Release Information for Super Nintendo - GameFAQs". www.gamefaqs.com.
  9. ^ "Skyblazer Release Information for Super Nintendo - GameFAQs". www.gamefaqs.com.

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