Mojo Records

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Mojo Records
Parent companyJive
Founded1995 (1995)
FounderJay Rifkin
Defunct2003 (2003)
Distributor(s)BMG (2001–2004)
Universal (1996–2001)
Alternative rock
Country of originU.S.
LocationSanta Monica, California

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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