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A QUARTER CENTURY IN FRANCE IS CALLED LE BIG MCA: It’s HITS’ 25 th anniversary. Have you asked yourself what this business would be like without us? We know, a much better place. Still, way back in the mid-‘90s, before Vivendi got their mitts on ‘em, MCA Records celebrates the unearthing of Sal Pisello’s breakdance mats and the fact they were no longer dubbed the Music Cemetery of America, thanks to newly crowned chief Doug Morris and his cronies (l-r): MCA Records Nashville’s Bruce Hinton, GRP President Tommy LiPuma, MCA's Mel Lewinter, Geffen Chairman/CEO Ed Rosenblatt, Black Music exec Jean Riggins, Universal's Ron Meyer, MCA President Jay Boberg, Morris, MCA's Kedar Massenburg, Interscope President Tom Whalley, UMVD President Henry Droz, MCA's Zach Horowitz, Geffen President Bill Bennett, MCA Nashville President Tony Brown and MCA Music Publishing President David Renzer. Who knew they'd all have to start speaking French soon? (1/12p)

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