To commemorate the 27th anniversary of Rex Morgan BC’s landmark performance on CJSR’s Scott Thorkelson’s Rock Concert, Fried Puppy Dog Discs is pleased to announce the release of a newly re-mastered edition of the classic 1989 performance in its entirety. This new, official release features a stunning brand new stereo and 5.1 surround mix of the album and fully restores the album artwork.
Originally broadcast on March 18, 1989, Rex Morgan BC’s ‘Live on CJSR’ capped an unlikely late-period comeback that was sadly derailed by general indifference before it really had a chance to gain momentum.
Release Date July 2016
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Fried Puppy Dog Discs is saddened to announce its relationship with Vincent ‘Vinny’ Castrato has come to an end. This decision was not made without serious deliberation and careful consideration. Vinny has made an immense contribution to Fried Puppy Dog Discs and we wish him well.
On Monday June 23, 2014, at its headquarters in Edmonton, AB, Fried Puppy Dog Discs (“FPDD” or the “Company”) held its Corporate Strategy Meeting for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015 (“FY14”).
Stig Sandwich, President and CEO, Fried Puppy Dog Discs, presented the Company’s business direction, stating that “FY14 is the year we will complete the structural reform of our business, in order to transition FPDD to a high profitability structure and deliver sustained growth. These reforms will be completed before, and will not extend into the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016 (“FY15″).” Sandwich also outlined key initiatives for Fried Puppy Dog Discs’ core entertainment businesses, as well as Fried Puppy Dog Discs’ strategy for new technology development and measures for new business creation to deliver further growth from FY15.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs and Rex Morgan BC today announced they have renewed and extended their historic 26-year recording relationship in a deal for the world, excluding Sweden, which also includes other revenues such as touring, merchandise and sponsorship.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs and YouTube today announced the beginning of a partnership to offer Internet users across the world new and innovative ways to experience and enjoy unique label content and special ‘picks’ through YouTube.
This non-exclusive partnership will create branded Fried Puppy Dog “Channels” on YouTube operating under separate agreements.
Last.fm has teamed up with Fried Puppy Dog Discs today to bring several tracks to the Web version of its Pandora-style Internet radio service.
Last.fm is a music recommendations service. By keeping track of what you play (also known as scrobbling) it learns which songs and artists you prefer. Based on this data, Last.fm compiles highly customised music recommendations and individual radio stations.
“Let’s face it,” comments an unnamed Fried Puppy Dog Discs representative, “Last.fm shares the same goal as us — helping our customers rediscover their passion for music. It’s no coincidence that the both of us have made continuous improvement the integral part of our business. Our partnership is a perfect symbiosis of innovative technology and intelligent content, which together form the future of hi-fi systems.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs has officially added Pinterest to a growing list of social media tools that catalogue artists can use to engage the public. By negotiating another label-friendly Terms of Service, Fried Puppy Dog Discs is helping artists make their content more accessible and open to all, going where people are already seeking their information online.
Pinterest marks the 5th agreement with social media providers and joins the growing list of other social media tools that labels have actively been using for several years, including Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, and others.
“Fried Puppy Dog Discs not only helps increase fan engagement, we’re also saving artists time, money and resources by negotiating these agreements centrally rather than having several different bands do it themselves,” an unnamed Fried Puppy Dog Discs representative said. “That’s a major value proposition during these lean budget times.”