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Asian Man Records

Asian Man Records
Founded 1996
Founder Mike Park
Genre Punk rock, ska, skacore, hardcore punk, psychobilly, emo
Country of origin US
Location Monte Sereno, California
Official website http://www.asianmanrecords.com/

Asian Man Records is a small, DIY record label run by Mike Park[1] in Monte Sereno, California. Park started a record label and began releasing music in 1989 under the name Dill Records, with the Asian Man label established May 1996.

Contents

  • Artists 1
    • Current 1.1
    • Former 1.2
  • Compilation CDs 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Artists

The label specializes in mostly ska and punk. The first proper release by the label was Link 80's 17 Reasons and the label has since gone on to release recordings by punk heavyweights such as Alkaline Trio and Less Than Jake. Other artists released include:

Current

Former

Compilation CDs

Year Album Notable Artists
1997? "Anti-Racist Action: Stop Racism" Benefit CD Napalm Death, Less Than Jake, Alkaline Trio
2001 "Living Tomorrow Today: A Benefit for Ty Cambra" Saves the Day, Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory
1997 "Misfits of Ska" Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Sublime
1997 "Misfits of Ska II" Link 80, The Aquabats
1998 "Mailorder is Fun!" Alkaline Trio, Less Than Jake, Mike Park
1999 "Mailorder is Still Fun!" Alkaline Trio, Less Than Jake, Mike Park
2000 "Plea For Peace" Link 80, Alkaline Trio, Mike Park
2001 "Plea For Peace / Take Action Tour I" Alkaline Trio, Thrice, AFI, At the Drive-In
2001? "Plea For Peace / Take Action Tour II" Anti Flag, Avenged Sevenfold, Taking Back Sunday, Yellowcard
2001? "Plea For Peace / Take Action Tour III" Rise Against, Avenged Sevenfold, Yellowcard, Fall Out Boy
2002 "Mailorder for the Masses" Alkaline Trio, Matt Skiba, Mike Park
2003 "Underground Screams" (new artists)
2003 Version City Sessions" Westbound Train
2007 "Plea For Peace Volume 2 " Big D and the Kids Table, Cursive, Alkaline Trio. Throwdown, Rx Bandits
2007 "Ten Years of Blood, Sweat, and Tears" Slapstick, The Queers, Screeching Weasel, The Broadways, The Bruce Lee Band, The Chinkees, Potshot, The Toasters, The Peacocks, The Rudiments

References

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/mike-park-mn0000492442/biography

External links

  • official site
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