Jive Electro

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Jive Electro
Parent companyJive
FounderClive Calder, Ralph Simon
Distributor(s)BMG (until 2004)
Country of originUnited States
LocationNew York City
Official websiteJive Electro

Jive Electro was a sublabel of the Zomba Group's Jive Records noted for releasing albums by Groove Armada, Hardknox, and Tangerine Dream as well as few remixes for the Madchester band The Stone Roses.

The label was largely active between 1984 and 1987. Jive resurrected it in the 1998 to accommodate a boom in electronic music, but it appears to be inactive since Zomba and Jive were integrated into a major label structure in 2004.

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