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Encyclopedia > Festival Mushroom Records

Mushroom Records is an Australian record company. It was formed by Michael Gudinksi in the early 1972. Mushroom entered the international scene buy signing The Saints, Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan in the eighties. They were release internationally through PWL. After selling 49% of the company to News Corporation in 1993, Garbage signed for the label, followed by Pop Will Eat Itself, Ash and Peter André. Gudinski sold the rest of his label in 1998.


Gudinski maintained control of most other Mushroom Group companies and the name Mushroom Records. When Mushroom was merged with News Corporations's record label Festival Records to form Festival Mushroom Records in 1998, Gudinksi relaunched Mushroom Records and Liberation Records.


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