Fiction Records

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Fiction Records is a British record label founded by Chris Parry[1] in 1978, owned by Universal Music Group and based in the United Kingdom. It is best known for being the home of The Cure for over 20 years. It was originally a part of Polydor, but in January 2014, Universal restructured Fiction as a standalone label, removing it from Polydor's corporate affiliation. Fiction repertoire is now released internationally through Virgin (ex-North America).[2]

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Fiction Records
Parent companyUniversal Music Group
Founded1978; 45 years ago (1978)
Distributor(s)Virgin Music Label & Artist Services
Country of originUnited Kingdom