I.R.S. Records gets digitized for iTunes

Posted March 7th, 2009 by Eric Greenwood · No Comments

Home to various and sundry 1980’s underground giants, I.R.S. Records has finally caught up with the present, placing a large selection of its catalog on iTunes for the very first time.

From Wired: “Founded by Miles Copeland (older brother of Stewart, drummer from The Police) and Jay Boberg, the I.R.S. roster included R.E.M., Marillion, English Beat, The Cramps, The Go-Go’s, Oingo Boingo, Squeeze, The Buzzcocks, The Alarm, Gary Numan, Wall of Voodoo, General Public, Dread Zeppelin, Fine Young Cannibals, Black Sabbath and Concrete Blonde.”

The selected artists now available can be found at I.R.S Records’ iTunes store.

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