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Examples of "suicide_squeeze_records"
In 2012, Julia of The Coathangers released a 7" record on Suicide Squeeze Records, under the name "White Woods".
In 2006, to celebrate their tenth anniversary, the label released the compilation album "Suicide Squeeze Records: Slaying Since 1996."
Highly Refined Pirates is Minus the Bear's debut full-length album, released on November 12, 2002 by Suicide Squeeze Records.
In 2011, they released their third album, "Larceny and Old Lace" (also for Suicide Squeeze Records). to generally positive reviews.
Strange Symmetry is the début EP by Past Lives released in 2008 on CD and vinyl 12" by Suicide Squeeze Records.
...and The Family Telephone is the third full-length album by Maryland-based indie folk band Page France. It was released May 8, 2007, on Suicide Squeeze Records.
This Harness Can't Ride Anything is the second album by Chicago indie pop band Chin Up Chin Up, released October 10, 2006 on Suicide Squeeze Records.
After taking time to tour and putting out another 7" on Seattle based Suicide Squeeze Records, the Coathangers released their second full length "Scramble" in April 2009.
Page France's last album and third full-length, "...and the Family Telephone", was released May 8, 2007 on Suicide Squeeze Records.
"Interpretaciones del Oso", an album of remixed songs from their second full-length album "Menos el Oso", was released on 20 February 2007 by Suicide Squeeze Records.
Tomato Morning is a tour-only EP by Maryland-based indie folk band Page France. It was released on Suicide Squeeze Records in 2006.
Scramble is the second album by Atlanta-based indie rock group the Coathangers. It was released on April 7, 2009 on Suicide Squeeze Records.
Cotton Jones (formerly The Cotton Jones Basket Ride) is an indie folk band, with elements of psychedelic folk, dream pop, baroque pop, and Americana, based in Cumberland, Maryland and currently signed to Suicide Squeeze Records.
The single was released in red and black vinyl in unknown quantities, and on pale blue vinyl in a limited quantity of 328. A white version remained in print until 2010. Suicide Squeeze Records then began manufacturing a clear version.
Upper Ninety is a single by instrumental rock band Russian Circles, released on Suicide Squeeze Records. The single was limited to only 2,000 copies. "Upper Ninety" is also featured on Suicide Squeeze's compilation album "Slaying Since 1996".
On January 27, 2009, the band released their second LP, their debut for Suicide Squeeze Records, "Paranoid Cocoon". It was described as a "weepy, reverb-drenched blend of Pacific Northwest, 1960s folk-pop, and heartland rock."
Suicide Squeeze Records is a Seattle, Washington-based independent record label that releases rock, pop, and metal music. The label has also released comedy and performance art CD and DVDs, and continues to press 7" vinyl.
Voids is the sixth full-length album from Minus the Bear, released on March 3, 2017. It is their fourth album to be released on Suicide Squeeze Records, a departure from Dangerbird Records after two previous albums.
Nosebleed Weekend is the fifth studio album by the Coathangers, a punk rock band based in Atlanta, Georgia. It was released on April 15, 2016 on Suicide Squeeze Records.
Tail Swallower and Dove is the third and final album by Seattle-based post-hardcore band These Arms Are Snakes, released on October 7, 2008 on Suicide Squeeze Records.