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Infectious_Records

Infectious Records

Infectious Records is a record label whose bands include Ash, Symposium, My Vitriol, Seafood, and The Subways. Infectious was established by Korda Marshall after leaving RCA, and became part of Marshall's Mushroom Records UK (now A&E Records) operation in the mid 1990s.

The first band signed to the label was PWEI, who had followed Marshall from RCA records where they had released a number of albums such as This Is The Day, This Is The Hour, This Is This!. However with the sell off of Mushroom Records' UK operations to the Warner Music Group, the role of Infectious within the A&E operations was decreased, with most acts being labeled under Warner's main brands such as Atlantic Records. Even so the record label was used again by the multinational group for newly signed "developing" indie acts such as The Subways, who feature under a joint City Pavement/Infectious brand name.

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