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Rulin Records represents the offshoot of Ministry Of Sound launched in 2001. The name is derived from Ministry Of Sounds's club night of the same name from the Mid-Late Nineties.

Ministry of Sound London, commonly referred to as simply Ministry of Sound, is a nightclub based in London, England and an associated record label. It was ranked sixth in the 2009 DJ Magazine top 100 clubs poll 2009[1]. As well as the nightclub in London, there is another in Egypt and Malaysia. The Ministry of Sound brand also includes various other products such as dance music compilations and clothing.

Ministry of Sound is owned by MSHK Group Limited, which has offices in London, Sydney, Berlin and New York. The Chairman is James Palumbo, who is also the majority shareholder – a small minority share-holding having been sold to private equity House 3i in 2001 – the Chief Executive Officer is Lohan Presencer. MSHK Group has global sales of £80 million and employs up to 500 personnel worldwide. Its mission statement is: "to create the moments that people live for". The company also owns the Hed Kandi, Euphoria, and Hard2Beat brands, and co-owns Ministry of Sound Australia's Hussle Recordings, along with MoSA and Hussle's founder and MoSA's Managing Director/Founder DJ Tim McGee.

Rulin Records has developed in the last decade an impressive back catalogue which contains over 130 releases coming up from a variety of acts such as: Jakatta, Starchaser, Lil’ Devious, Static Revenger, Mystic 3, Tom Novy, Afro Medusa, Raven Maize, Brother Brown, Stereopol, amongst many many others.