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Mojo Records Parent company Jive Founded 1995 Founder Jay Rifkin Status Inactive Distributor(s) BMG (2001-2004) Universal (1996-2001) Genre Ska Punk Alternative rock Country of origin United States Location Santa Monica, California Official Website Mojo at Zomba Label Group.com 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. Artists and albums Admiral Twin (alternative rock) Mock Heroic (2000) Cherry Poppin' Daddies (rock/ska/swing) Zoot Suit Riot (1997) Soul Caddy (2000) The Ernies (alternative rock/ska punk) Meson Ray (1999) Factory 81 (Nu-metal) Mankind (1999) Goldfinger (ska punk/pop punk) Goldfinger (1996) Stomping Ground (2000) Foot in Mouth (2001) Open Your Eyes (2002) Best of Goldfinger (2005) Pilfers (ska/rock) Chawalaleng (1999) Reel Big Fish (ska punk) Turn the Radio Off (1996) Why Do They Rock So Hard? (1998) Cheer Up! (2002) Favorite Noise (2002) We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy (2005) Weston (pop punk) The Massed Albert Sounds (2000) White Hot Odyssey (glam rock) White Hot Odyssey (2004) See also List of record labels References ^ Digicorp Media v • d • e Zomba Group of Companies Current labels Battery · F. Hammond Music · Fo Yo Soul · Jive · Jive Electro · LaFace · Mojo · New Life · Quiet Water · Verity · Volcano · Silvertone Former labels Air · Battery · Bruton · Conifer · EBUL · Form & Function · Internal Affairs · Jive Afrika · Jive House · Music for Nations · Pepper · Trademark · Violator · Worx · X-Over · Zed Beat · So So Def · GospoCentric Notable artists Battery GS Boyz · Tonéx Jive Aaron Carter · Backstreet Boys · Britney Spears · 'N Sync · R. Kelly · T-Pain · Three Days Grace · Bullet for My Valentine LaFace Ciara · J-Kwon · Outkast · Usher · Pink Silvertone The Stone Roses · Buddy Guy · JJ Cale So So Def Daz Dillinger · Jermaine Dupri Volcano 311 · Tool · 'Weird Al' Yankovic Zomba Gospel John P. Kee · God's Property · Kirk Franklin · Trin-i-tee 5:7 · Vanessa Bell Armstrong Personnel Clive Calder · Ralph Simon · Stuart Watson · Barry Weiss Related Articles BMG · List of Zomba Group companies · Sony BMG · Sony Music Entertainment This article about a United States record label is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e