Crave Records

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Crave Records was a record label under Sony Music Entertainment founded by Mariah Carey in February 1997, and shut down in July 1998. Groups signed to the label included Eurodance group DJ Company, pop trio Jakaranda, female R&B quartet Allure, who released a self-titled album featuring the hit singles "Head Over Heels", "All Cried Out", and "Last Chance" and male R&B quartet 7 Mile, who also released a self-titled album.

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