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Maryland Land records, the Atlantic Records label that made the classic record, The Man in the Window, available to the public, is shutting down after it was accused of plagiarism.
The label said on Thursday that the allegations against it are false.
“We are deeply saddened by the allegation that we are responsible for a record that does not exist, and that was made with malicious intent,” the label said in a statement.
The statement said the label did not create The Devils Son and is committed to respecting the intellectual property of other companies that have released their records, including The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival and the Rolling Stones.
Maryland Land records has released five albums and has been releasing new material in the last three years, according to a statement from the label.
The album was released in February.
It’s a record of the era of the American South that includes songs by the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, the Rolling Stone, The Who, The Clash, The Ramones, and the Grateful Dead.
Marylands record label, the Warner-owned Atlantic Records, has been a part of the recording industry since it was founded in 1965.
Atlantic records first album was recorded in 1967 by the Doors and John Denver.
It was recorded by the group’s manager, Peter Cushing, and was the first American-made album by an African American band.
It also became the first album released by an English-language rock band, and it became a Billboard Top 10 hit.
The record is still one of the best-selling albums of all time.