Lakeshore Records

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Lakeshore Records
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Parent company Lakeshore Entertainment
Distributor(s) Red Distribution
Genre Soundtrack
film score
Alternative rock
Indie rock
Country of origin United States
Location Los Angeles, California
Official website Lakeshore Records

Lakeshore Records is the independent music division of Lakeshore Entertainment (an independent film production company. They started out as WILL Records.

Will Records were started by Skip Williamson in the early 1990s.[1] As WILL Records they released albums by artists such as Grandaddy (starting with their debut A Pretty Mess by This One Band) In 2000, Will records acquired the catalogue of recently closed Loosegroove Records (a catalogue that included the debut full length album by Queens of the Stone Age). Will Records and Lakeshore Entertainment partnered to form Lakeshore Records.[1]

Lakeshore Records has released soundtracks to many films, such as Napoleon Dynamite (2005 Grammy nominee – Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media)[2] and Little Miss Sunshine (2006 Grammy nominee Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media).[3] Since the closure of DreamWorks Records, Lakeshore has released many soundtracks to films from DreamWorks SKG.

Lakeshore have released albums by Meat Beat Manifesto, Miracle of 86 (Kevin Devine), AK 1200, Bob Forrest, Thelonious Monster, Candiria, and James Wilsey.

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