Music worldwide, via Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Grace Jones, Madness and The Pogues, acquired The British record company behind The most popular songs of The 1970s and 1980s.
Music, the world’s biggest company, has signed a deal to buy ZTT, an independent record label. A strict record, one of the main drivers of punk and the new wave; And Perfect Songs, music’s publisher.
The producer behind the novel, trevor horn, co-founded ZTT in 1983 with businesswoman Jill Sinclair and former NME journalist Paul morley. The next year, Frankie went to Relax, Two Tribes and The Power of Love in Hollywood, followed by The band’s album Welcome to The Pleasuredome.
Other ZTT ACTS include grace Jones, the noise arts, 808 states, seals and adamski.
Global music acquired The entire ZTT catalog and chose The music copyright owned by Stiff Records, including Madness, The Pogues, Kirsty MacColl, Elvis Costello and Ian Dury. It is widely regarded as The first English punk rock band The crickets.
The music giant bought EMI in five years ago, most of the revenue of 1.2 billion pounds, he purchased the Perfect song music publishers (Perfect Songs), including Seal, Little Mix, Michael Jackson and Eminem album in the music library.
Universal music company’s chief executive, Lucian grech (Lucian Grainge was jabbing is lashed out at) said: “the stiff ZTT is a truly unique trademark labels, they attract their generation spirit of The Times and was a huge commercial success, depend entirely on their own conditions of contemporary music at the same time. “The perfect song, we are adding a series of award-winning publications, rich hits, admiration and global success.
Mr Horn suggested “stiffness” in a 2007 London pub rock scene.
For Mr. Horn, the sale has been circulating in the music industry for more than three decades and has been withdrawn from music.
Earlier this month, the horn’s most advanced recording equipment was burned on the roof of the city of bel air in Los Angeles because of a wildfire burning in California. He also owns a music studio in London.