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Examples of "trance_syndicate"
"Transaction de Novo" was released on on Trance Syndicate Records.
After the end of johnboy, Stone and Bice formed another Trance Syndicate band, Desafinado.
Claim Dedications (stylized as claim dedications) is the second album by johnboy, released on August 29, 1994 through Trance Syndicate.
pistolswing is the debut studio album by Texas hard rock band johnboy. It was released in 1993 on Trance Syndicate.
Offspeed and In There is the second album by Drain, released on March 26, 1996 through Trance Syndicate.
Motherscratcher is the fourth studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in 1993 by Trance Syndicate.
In 1993 the band came to the attention of King Coffey, drummer of the Butthole Surfers and founder of Trance Syndicate Records, who signed them to Trance Syndicate shortly after hearing them. Bedhead's debut album, "WhatFunLifeWas", was released in 1994, to positive reviews. "Sputnik Music" gave "WhatFunLifeWas" 4/5 stars, and it received 4.5/5 stars from Allmusic.
La La Land is the fifth and final studio album by Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released on May 23, 1995 by Trance Syndicate.
Destroy Me, Lover is the four studio album by American noise rock and Industrial music band Pain Teens, released on July 5, 1993 by Trance Syndicate.
Although now defunct, Trance Syndicate is survived by the Emperor Jones label, formerly an arm of Trance with a "non-Texas emphasis".
Beast of Dreams is the fifth and final studio album by American noise rock and Industrial music band Pain Teens, released on October 24, 1995 by Trance Syndicate.
Stimulation Festival is the three studio album by American noise rock and Industrial music band Pain Teens, released on May 18, 1992 by Trance Syndicate.
The band formed in 1995 with an initial lineup of Paul A. Newman (bass guitar), Craig McCaffrey (guitar), and Anthony Nozero (drums). Bassist Eddie Robert joined the following year. After a debut single, the band signed to Trance Syndicate, releasing their first album, "Frames per Second", on the label in 1998. Second album "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" followed later that year. After Trance Syndicate folded they signed to My Pal God for the 2000 album "Machine Is Not Broken".
Trance Syndicate was an independent record label founded in 1990 by King Coffey, drummer of Austin, TX band the Butthole Surfers. Its first release was Crust's The Sacred Heart of Crust EP. From 1990 to 1999, when the label closed down, Trance Syndicate released albums by several notable Texan bands and artists, including Bedhead, Ed Hall, American Analog Set, …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead and Roky Erickson.
Instant Winner is the second album by Distorted Pony, released in 1994 through Trance Syndicate. By the time of the album's release, the band had already parted ways the previous year.
Latino Buggerveil is run by Butthole Surfers drummer King Coffey, who had previously operated the independent record label Trance Syndicate from 1990 to 1998. The label's name and logo were originally designed by Butthole Surfers singer Gibby Haynes.
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead was the first full-length release from rock band ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. It was released on January 20, 1998, by Trance Syndicate.
Pick Up Heaven is the debut album of Drain, released in March 1992 through Trance Syndicate. The vocals on "Martyr's Road" were taken from an Islamic chant record that was in Coffey's possession.
In 1985, Houston residents Bliss Blood and Scott Ayers formed The Pain Teens. The group was signed to King Coffey's Trance Syndicate label for their offbeat-yet-nightmarish psychedelic music—similar to labelmates Crust and Coffey's band, Butthole Surfers.
Transaction de Novo is the third studio album by Bedhead, an American indie rock band. It was released on on Trance Syndicate Records, and was the band's only record engineered by Steve Albini. It met with positive reviews.