Cheeky Records

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Cheeky Records
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Parent company Sony Music Entertainment
Founded 1991
Founder Rollo Armstrong
Distributor(s) BMG/Sony (since 1999)
Genre Dance, electronica
Country of origin England
Location London

Cheeky Records was founded in 1991 by the producer/remixer Rollo Armstrong, the brother of Dido, notable for being a member of Faithless.

After releasing Frankë's - "Understand This Groove" and Gloworm's "I Lift My Cup" the label collapsed but was rescued in 1994 by Champion Records and was later bought out by BMG in 1999.

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