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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Headquarters: New York, NY

Founded: 1947

Founded by: Ahmet Ertegun and Herb Abramson

Link: Official Site

Genre(s):

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Active Roster

  • Apartment 26
  • Audiovent
  • Bump J
  • Cham
  • Cold
  • Craig David
  • Death Cab For Cutie
  • Dream Theater
  • Duncan Sheik
  • Elephant Man
  • Ellie Lawson
  • Fabolous
  • Fat Joe
  • Funeral For A Friend
  • Gratitude
  • Handsome Boy Modeling School
  • Hard-Fi
  • INXS
  • James Blunt
  • Jason Mraz
  • Jawbox
  • Jet
  • Jewel
  • Joe Firstman
  • John Gregory
  • Junior Senior
  • Kevin Lyttle
  • Kid Rock
  • Kill Hannah
  • Kon Kan
  • Laura Pausini
  • Leslie Mills
  • Lil' Kim
  • Lina
  • Lucy Woodward
  • Lupe Fiasco
  • M2M
  • Major Harris
  • The Manhattan Transfer
  • Marion Raven
  • Matchbox Twenty
  • Melvins
  • Missy Elliott
  • MC5
  • Charles Mingus
  • Moments In Grace
  • Nate Dogg
  • Nappy Roots
  • New Blood Revival
  • P.O.D.
  • Pajama Party
  • Psychefunkapus
  • Poison The Well
  • Pulseultra
  • Quan
  • The Rascals
  • Robert Plant
  • Roberta Flack
  • Rupee
  • Saigon
  • Sean Paul
  • Shadows Fall
  • Shinedown
  • Sparta
  • Staind
  • Sugar Ray
  • Sunshine Anderson
  • T.I.
  • Taproot
  • The Corrs
  • The Darkness
  • The Donnas
  • The Format
  • The Red West
  • The Stills
  • The Streets
  • Tracy Chapman
  • Trick Daddy
  • Trina
  • Tweet
  • Twista
  • Wayne Wonder
  • Whitestarr
  • Will Hoge

Inactive Roster

Key Releases

  • Various - Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vol. 3, 1955-1958
  • Various - Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vol. 4, 1958-1962
  • Various - Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vol. 7, 1969-1974

Biography

Atlantic was started in 1947, primarily as an R&B label, although over time it became a major label with many pop, jazz and rock releases. It became a major in the early 1960s, and was bought by Warner Brothers in 1967. It's one of the major Warner Brothers labels, along with Elektra that make up WEA.

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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
(Redirected to Atlantic Ocean article)

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The Atlantic Ocean was an Earth ocean that bordered North America, South America, Europe, and Africa.

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Historical events

Distant past

Circa 4 billion BC, the area of Earth that would later become the middle of the Atlantic was a vast, rocky wasteland. (DW: City of Death)

Modern era

19th century

While crossing the Atlantic in 1872, the Mary Celeste encountered first the Doctor and the TARDIS and then the Daleks, abandoning ship to escape the latter. The mysteriously abandoned ship passed into legend. (DW: The Chase)

Other explanations have been given to explain the mystery. (DWA: The Mystery of the Marie Celeste, TVA: A Stitch in Time) (However, as these both refer to a ship called Marie Celeste, not Mary Celeste, it is possible that it might be a different ship altogether.)

20th century

In 1912, the RMS Titanic was crossing the Atlantic when it famously hit an iceberg and sank. (NA: The Left-Handed Hummingbird)

In 1915, during World War I, the Doctor's TARDIS materialised on a ship crossing the Atlantic which was shortly hit by a German torpedo and sank. (BFA: The Sirens of Time)

The Doctor's TARDIS landed on the Queen Mary in 1963. (TN: Ghost Ship)

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