Mojo Records

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Mojo Records
Parent company Jive
Founded 1995 (1995)
Founder Jay Rifkin
Defunct 2003 (2003)
Status Inactive
Distributor(s) BMG (2001–2004)
Universal (1996–2001)
Genre Ska
Alternative rock
Country of origin U.S.
Location Santa Monica, California
Official website

Mojo Records was a California-based record label founded in 1995 by producer Jay Rifkin. It became a joint venture with Universal Music Group in 1996 and then sold to the Zomba Group in 2001, who placed it under their subsidiary Jive Records.[1] The label has been largely inactive since Zomba was purchased and restructured under BMG in 2003, save for a few reissues of older material.

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