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MOVIEBOX acquires GENIE RECORDS

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MOVIEBOX acquires GENIE RECORDS & its entire catalogue

Moviebox are proud to announce that we have completed a deal with Mr. Saty Gill & Aman Hayer to acquire the entire assets of GENIE RECORDS.

Originally developed by Mr. Saty Gill & Aman Hayer from 2003 to 2009 the catalogue includes block buster hits from the likes of KULWINDER DHILLON, MANAK E, K.S. MAKHAN & AMAN HAYER with his biggest hits to date, which include massive albums such as “DE JA VU”, “GLASSY”, “REMINISCE”, “GENIE-US”, "2 MUCH GLASSY" & the most recent super hits “GROUNDSHAKER 1 / GROUNDSHAKER 2”. Mr. Saty Gill & Aman Hayer’s hard work & commitment to the catalogue is reflected in the fact that this catalogue is considered to be a major part of UK Asian music history to date.

Moviebox is continuing on its path of growing from strength to strength despite difficult times in the music industry. Our belief in the importance of artist and catalogue development, tied to a commitment to quality which demonstrates our passion for the Bhangra Music industry. After acquiring Kamlee Records, Kismet Records & most recently Multitone Records we believe the acquisition of Genie Records is another great achievement at this present time where the industry stands.

We now look forward to bringing you quality BHANGRA music from the PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE…

We would like to sincerely thank Mr. Saty Gill & Aman Hayer for their hard work and efforts to bring this acquisition to fruition.

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0 #8 2009-06-19 00:59
gangster money lol bah good luck to them just hope they start releasing all these albums now..
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jaz2009
0 #7 jaz2009 2009-06-19 00:37
yeh truu aman hayer is sikk but i gues dey wanted to increase their portfolio!! buyin up the competition!

makes u wonder thoo..if albums ain sellin..how the fk are moviebox makin all dis money to buy up everyone??
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jaspal.
0 #6 jaspal. 2009-06-19 00:27
but they got aman hayer ;-) and from multitone it was only a back catalog of music, which have to add they screwed up anyway :cry: with the recent release of the alaap album, did not even know it was out, we being screwed by out of date release dates for albums with by the time they come out who cares hint hint ADH!!
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jaz2009
0 #5 jaz2009 2009-06-19 00:19
don't multitone have like all the old skool bands??

thas worth only 30k more than basically groundshaker 1 n 2... :S
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0 #4 how much?... 2009-06-18 23:53
moviebox paid £70k for the genie records catalogue and £100k for the multitone catalogue
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Guest
0 #3 re:Guest 2009-05-26 18:37
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Moviebox dont have no money to release videos for the artists so how they buying record labels out?

Facts: They do no PR for their albums, artists are getting screwed. Britasia is all Moviebox, so the websites screwed now, no more videos for us to watch.

Websites should work on this one together and tell moviebox to stick it.
that makes no sense? if they have no money to release video\'s? how are they able to afford putting the albums out in the first place?

as far have i have seen they have been putting out video\'s, dalvinder singh EP was just released he had a video? so wtf you on about?
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Guest
0 #2 Guest 2009-05-26 14:48
Moviebox dont have no money to release videos for the artists so how they buying record labels out?

Facts: They do no PR for their albums, artists are getting screwed. Britasia is all Moviebox, so the websites screwed now, no more videos for us to watch.

Websites should work on this one together and tell moviebox to stick it.
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Guest
0 #1 Guest 2009-05-21 16:04
was it free??how much they pay just out of curiousty??
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