Exit records being a copy cat

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  1. jungle_fever

    jungle_fever Well-Known Member

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    well the logo is just the word exit written in chinese (or some other asian language), so no not really pure coincidence imo
     
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    that's just japanese for 'exit'

    look at castels sig.
     
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    herojuana hairy kuala

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    The logo he used for the first few releases meant "Emergency Exit" or something. Check the change
     
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    Label is defunct anyway, some great LPs tho, mainly from Indecision.
     
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    ah that would explain it
     
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    Yep, remember DBridge saying in some interview back when the label was announced that he wanted to have a different exit sign on every release....

    The idea of calling the label "Exit" to begin with was because he was making an Exit from Bad Company.
     
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