Welcome to Cherry Red Licensing

Cherry Red Records represents a vast catalogue of recordings covering almost every popular music genre from the last fifty years, holding worldwide rights over much of the material.  We welcome all types of licensing enquiry from around the world.

 

Through our publishing arm, Cherry Red Songs, we also control over 17,000 copyrights making us a one stop shop for many of the tracks where we also control the master.

 

For any enquiries, contact us.

New Catalogue

  • 06 Dec 1979: Philip Rambow

    Having made his name with pub rockers The Winkies (who backed Brian Eno), Canadian singer-songwriter Philip Rambow embarked on a solo career with two albums for EMI, starting with 1979’s acclaimed Shooting Gallery.   Cherry Red now represent Philip’s back catalogue, including later albums Jungle Law (1981) and his “comeback” record Whatever Happened To......

  • 06 Dec Spirit Of The 70s

    Cherry Red are now the proud custodians of some key back catalogue by legendary West Coast psychedelic band Spirit.   Although not released until 1981, The Adventures of Kaptain Kopter & Commander Cassidy in Potato Land was actually recorded in the early 1970s by key Spirit members Randy California and Ed Cassidy.    Long......

  • 15 Nov Killer On The Loose!

    Formed in 1980, Killer were a highly rated Heavy Metal band from Antwerp, Belgium.   Cherry Red represent much of Killer‘s back catalogue, including early albums such as Ready For Hell (1981), Wall Of Sound (1982), Shock Waves (1984) and Fatal Attraction (1990).   Eight Killer albums have been reissued on CD across two box sets on our......

Recent Licences

  • 22 Nov Kim’s Kids

    Back in 1981, ‘Kids In America’ launched budding young singer Kim Wilde onto the world stage.   A hit around the world, the song’s irresistible mix of Blondie-styled new wave energy and catchy lyrics has endured to this day – which helps explain the constant demand for the song......

  • 15 Nov We Felt Adidas!

    Hot on the heels of Felt‘s ‘Primitive Painters’ being used in a Nike skate video, another of their tracks now appears in a new Adidas online advert promoting their snowboarding boot the Tactical Lexicon ADV.   Essentially a solo piece by future Primal Scream keyboard player Martin Duffy, ‘Magellan’ (originally entitled ‘Ferdinand......

  • 15 Oct Liam Is A Fantastic Something!

    A quarter of a century on from first hitting the headlines with Oasis, Liam Gallagher is back with a new solo album Why Me? Why Not, his second after the demise of Beady Eye.   The album’s song ‘Glimmer’ includes the melody from ‘The Thousand Guitars Of St. Dominiques’, the......