- v. present participle of release.
- adj. emotionally purging (of e.g. art)
“You can count on one hand the career artists — not one-song artists — that have broken in the last year," says Sylvia Rhone, president of Universal Motown, the label releasing Kid Cudi's "Man on the Moon.”
“Right now, more than the election, I'm focused on what happens with the stock market that day," says Joe Galante, chairman of Sony BMG Nashville, which includes Arista Nashville, the label releasing Mr. Paisley's album.”
“Watertower Music, the label releasing the soundtrack, predicts they have a hit on their hands.”
“The fine folks at Varèse Sarabande, the label releasing the”
“They'd rather the movie drive to album sales for the artist than the soundtrack, especially if they aren't the label releasing the soundtrack.”
“News The big story behind Sonic Youth's 16th studio album is the label releasing it: indie Matador Records.”
“Its officials say there is value in releasing the raw information.”
“Sorry for the delay in releasing but a number of discussions and updates have been occurring over the last couple of days.”
“Sources close to the principal investigator indicate that the PI has no interest in releasing any photographs to the public, except through the NASA Planetary Data System.”
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