|Parent company||Universal Music Group|
|Status||Defunct since 2005|
|Distributing label||USA: Geffen, Interscope|
International: Polydor (starting in 1999)
|Country of origin||USA|
DreamWorks Records was an American record label. Started in 1996 by David Geffen, Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg as a split from DreamWorks SKG. The label worked until 2005 when it was shut down. The label itself also showed a Nashville, Tennessee based subsidiary, DreamWorks Nashville, which worked specifically in country music and was also shut down in 2005. The company's logo was designed by Roy Lichtenstein and was his last commission before his death in 1997.