LoveToKnow would like to thank EMI Records for providing a sampling of the upcoming The Original Television Soundtrack: The Vampire Diaries for review.
By the end of March 1967, the band had signed a record deal with EMI, released their first single entitled 'Arnold Layne' and started working on their first album, 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn', at the infamous Abbey Road Studios.
That sound has evolved as the band has signed to numerous labels including EMI (their founding home), Harvest, Capitol, Tower and lastly Columbia over their active years (1965 to 1996).
The stopover was brief; it wasn't long before Cowell joined forces with music producer Pete Waterman and EMI clerk Iain Burton to form Fanfare Records.
After working several obsequious jobs that didn't work out, Cowell got a helping hand from his father, who was an executive at EMI Records.
After several years playing small gigs and playing in backup bands for bigger artists, Urban signed a deal with EMI Australia in 1990.
He soon received a songwriting contract with EMI Music Publishing (the company is a world-known music publishing contract company).
Cowell worked his way up the ladder quickly, and it wasn't long before he was scouting out the hottest talent in the country for EMI and proving his phenomenal ability to spot stars in the making.
His first album for EMI, released only in Australia, earned him a whopping four chart topping hits there, and so with that success under his belt, the country music capital of Nashville beckoned.
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