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Eyeball Records

Eyeball Records was started in 1996 when Alex Saavedra released a 7” record featuring the then-unknown New York City based punk act The Casualties. The success of that release allowed Eyeball to turn out several new records per year. With a keen eye for a talent and knack for guerrilla style marketing, Saavedra has doubled the size of the company sales and artist roster every year since. With the addition of partner Marc Debiak, a creative arts veteran, the company has significantly raised its profile in the past five years, including the discovery of Platinum-selling artist My Chemical Roma ...read more

Eyeball Records was started in 1996 when Alex Saavedra released a 7” record featuring the then-unknown New York City based punk act The Casualties. The success of that release allowed Eyeball to turn out several new records per year. With a keen eye for a talent and knack for guerrilla style marketing, Saavedra has doubled the size of the company sales and artist roster every year since. With the addition of partner Marc Debiak, a creative arts veteran, the company has significantly raised its profile in the past five years, including the discovery of Platinum-selling artist My Chemical Romance. In August of 2006, Eyeball Records and Warner Music Group inked a high-profile national promotion and distribution contract that ensures Eyeball products exposure at the nation’s leading music retailers. In addition, Eyeball Records has recently focused its efforts on the world marketplace, with product distribution in the UK, Japan, Australia, and Canada. Eyeball Records continues to find and develop some of the finest talent in the country. « hide

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