Attic Records

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Attic Records
Founded 1974 (1974)
Founder Alexander Mair
Tom Williams
Status Defunct
Country of origin  Canada

Attic Records was a Canadian independent record label,[1] founded in 1974 by Alexander Mair and Tom Williams. The label was known for developing Canadian talent, including Anvil, Lee Aaron, Maestro Fresh Wes, The Nylons, Teenage Head, and Triumph. The company was also active in distributing international acts not affiliated with a major label, most successfully with Jennifer Warnes, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Katrina and the Waves, and Creed.

Attic Records ceased to exist as an independent company in 1999, when it was bought by a consortium headed by Allan Gregg and merged with TMP (The Music Publisher) and Oasis Entertainment Distribution to form The Song Corporation. The Attic label briefly continued to exist as a subsidiary of The Song Corporation, but within months of its acquisition, the label name was changed to "Song Recordings".

The Song Corporation filed for bankruptcy in May 2001. Attic's Canadian catalog and masters are now owned by Unidisc Music.


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  1. ^ "Dance clubs go wild for jungle". Toronto Star - Toronto, Ont. By Peter Howell Jan 7, 1995 Page: J.12

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