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April 22, 1988 | Henry Rivero
A look at the fast-moving albums in three Orange County neighborhoods. TOWER RECORDS, 306 N. Beach Blvd., Anaheim (714) 995-6600. "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son," Ironmaiden (Capitol) "Viva Hate," Morrisey (Sire) "Dirty Dancing" soundtrack (RCA) "Faith," George Michael (Columbia) "Bad," Michael Jackson (Epic). PEER RECORDS, 4249 Campus Drive, Irvine (714) 854-8854. "More Dirty Dancing" soundtrack (RCA) "Appetite for Destruction," Guns & Roses (Geffen) "Intro.
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BUSINESS
April 26, 1988
CBS Records Inc., a unit of Japan's Sony Corp., has recruited entertainment manager Tommy Mottola to head its U.S. record operations. Mottola, 39, who has worked as a manager for entertainers Daryl Hall and John Oates, John Cougar Mellancamp and Carly Simon, was named president of the CBS Records division. He replaces Alvin E. Teller, 44, who had headed the division since 1985. Last week, Teller said he was stepping down to explore "new challenges and opportunities."
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