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Music Licensing for Film

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Tracks for My Film 1. Empire State of Mind * Song Writers- Augello-Cook Alicia J, Carter Shawn C, Hunte Angela Ann, Keyes Bert, Robinson Sylvia, Sewell Janet Andrea, Shuckburgh Alexander William * The Music Publisher- J Sewell Publishing * The Identifying Code- 880387557 * Registered P.R.O’s- ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, PRS * Artist- Jay-z, Alicia Keys * Atlantic Records 2. My Apocalypse * Song Writers- Hammet Kirk L, Hetfield James Alan, Trujillo Robert, Ulrich Laris * Music Publisher- Creeping Death Metal * The identifying Code- 730912840 * Registered P.R.O- ASCAP * Artist- Metallica * Warner Bro’s 3. Welcome to the Black Parade * Song Writers- Bryar Robert C, Iero Frank, Toro Raymond, Way Gerard Arthur, Way Michael James * Music Publisher- Blow the Doors off ChicagoMusic * The Identifying Code- 530793581 * Registered P.R.O’s- ASCAP, BMI * Artist- My Chemical Romance * Reprise Reecords 4. Paparazzi * Song Writers- Fusari Robert D, Germanotta Stefani J, * Music Publishers- House Of GaGa Publishing, Sony/ATV Songs * The identifying code- 9902143 * Registered P.R.O’s- BMI, ASCAP * Artist- Lady GaGa * Interscope Records 5. Gimme Shelter * Song Writers- Jagger Michael Phillip, Richard Keith, * Music Publishers- ABKCO Music Inc. * The Identifying Code- 469085 * Registered P.R.O’s- BMI * Artist-Rolling Stones * Decca Records 6. Like a Rolling Stone * Song Writers- Robert Dylan * Music Publishers- Special Rider Music * The Identifying Code- 514773 * Registered P.R.O’s- SESAC * Artist- Robert Dylan * Columbia Records 7. Rolling In the Deep * Song Writers- Adkins Adele Laurie Blue, Epworth Paul Richard * Music Publishers- EMI Blackwood Music Inc, Universal Songs Of Polygram International Inc * The Identifying Code- 11550555 * Registered P.R.O’s- ASCAP, BMI * Artist- Adele, Glee Cast, Wonderland * XL Recordings 8. Hurt * Song Writers- Reznor Michael Trent * Music Publishers- Arlovol Music, Leaving Hope Music Inc. * The Identifying Code- 380363204 * Registered P.R.O’s- ASCAP * Artist- Jonny Cash, 9 inch Nails * Interscope 1. Toes * Song Writers- Zac Brown, Wyatt Durette, John Driskell Hopkins, Shawn Mullins. * Music Publishers- Home Grown records, Big picture Ent. * The identifying code- 659654252 * Registered P.R.O’s- Bmi, ASCAP * Artist- Zac Brown Band * Atlantic

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