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For the independent Australian label, see Innocent Records (Australia). This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2007) The topic of this article may not meet the notability guidelines for companies and organizations. Please help to establish notability by adding reliable, secondary sources about the topic. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. (January 2011) Innocent Records is a pop record label created to cater to for EMI's Virgin Records more Pop oriented acts. Following the success of the Spice Girls, Virgin Records decided to delve into the Pop market. In doing so they poached Hugh Goldsmith from RCA Records (famous for steering Take That's initial flagging sales, to a multi-platinum act). They let him launch his own Virgin Records offshot. His first signing was Billie Piper, followed by Martine McCutcheon, along with several dance acts Todd Terry to name one. The label continued to thrive well into the mid 00s with Atomic Kitten & Blue achieving Platinum sales. In early 2005, Hugh Goldsmith returned to Sony BMG (parent company of RCA Records) to set up Brightside Records. Not long after Hugh's departure Innocent Records was shifted from Virgin Records to the newly formed Angel Music Group. EMI's newly created commercial division, which also handles EMI Classics. For a time in the mid 00s Angel Music Group also licensed Hollywood Records for the UK. Innocent Records most notable success during this period was Blue (group)'s Simon Webbe's double platinum solo album Sanctuary (Simon Webbe album). The Innocent Records imprint seemed to have vanished by the late 00's being replaced by the revived Charisma Records label, which itself also seems disappeared after limited success with pop acts such as Alphabeat etc. Former artists Atomic Kitten 1999-2005 Blue (group) 2001-2010 Billie Piper 1998-2001 Geri Halliwell 2004-2005 (shifted from EMI to Innocent which is a more Pop-focused label) Speedway 2002-2004 Martine McCutcheon 1999-2003 Duncan James Solo 2004-2007 Simon Webbe Solo 2005-2008 Javine 2003-2004 VS (band) 2004-2005 See also Angel Music Group List of record labels This article about a United Kingdom record label is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e