Warner Alliance

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Warner Alliance was a Contemporary Christian imprint of Warner Music Group. Its operations were suspended in 1998. Artists on the label included Kim Boyce, Michael English, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Caedmon's Call, Donnie McClurkin, First Call, Wayne Watson, Take 6, Mid South, and the Worldwide Message Tribe. Albums released on the label are now controlled by Word Entertainment.

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