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Examples of "troubleman_unlimited"
Supa Doopa Remix is the fourth release by Les Georges Leningrad. It was released April 12, 2005 by Troubleman Unlimited.
The following artists have made at least one release through Troubleman Unlimited or Italians Do It Better.
In an Off White Room is an EP by The Album Leaf, released on Troubleman Unlimited Records in 2001.
The Hated's works are currently all out-of-print. A comprehensive compilation is said to be forthcoming from Troubleman Unlimited; this has, however, been delayed for several years.
In 1997, Troubleman Unlimited and K collected the band's singles and unreleased tracks and released them on one compact disc, "Remembering The Fireballs (Part 8)".
After the release of "the Gap", Tim started to do some solo work for Troubleman Unlimited, and decided that this new era should coincide with a name change. He released 4 works under Tim Kinsellas for various labels. Tim had a falling out with the head of Troubleman Unlimited over royalties and currently the two are not speaking even though Tim admits his error on the issue.
Troubleman Unlimited Records was a record label specializing in indie rock and similar genres. Founded in 1993, the label is based in Bayonne, New Jersey and owned by Mike Simonetti.
Jana Hunter/Devendra Banhart is a self-titled split album by Devendra Banhart and Jana Hunter, released in 2005 on LP only by Troubleman Unlimited. It features cover art by Arthur Bates, and pressed on yellow vinyl.
Tussle is an American four-piece band from San Francisco, United States, formed in 2001 by Nathan Burazer, Jonathan Holland, Alexis Georgopoulos, Andy Cabic. The band released its first album, "Kling Klang", in 2004 on Troubleman Unlimited.
"I Was Born at Night" is the first album by Meneguar. Although originally released on Magic Bullet, the album was remixed, remastered, and re-released on Troubleman Unlimited on June 6, 2006.
Hair Police is an American psychedelic noise band based out of Lexington, Kentucky formed in 2001. They have released records through labels such as Troubleman Unlimited, Hanson Records, Gods of Tundra, Freedom From, and Hospital Productions. They have also released a split record on Load Records with Viki.
Italians Do It Better was founded in 2006 by Johnny Jewel and Mike Simonetti. Jewel’s group Glass Candy initially released music through Simonetti’s label Troubleman Unlimited Records, but they wanted to create a more electronic-focused label and began Italians Do It Better.
Bilge Pump's style is post-punk with avant garde and free-jazz influences. Early on, the NME described Bilge Pump's sound as "unlistenable guff". They have since had various releases on Gringo Records, Troubleman Unlimited and Unlabel, and members have been involved with artists such as Enablers, Yann Tiersen, Polaris, Prefab Sprout, Felix, Chris Corsano, HiM, and D:Ream.
Third and final album "Gunpowder, Treason and Plot" was released in 2001 on Troubleman Unlimited, after Slampt records was wound down the previous year. Joe Mask (ex-Bilge Pump) joined the band on second guitar. The album was praised as a return to form and noted for the use of non-standard time signatures, as well as horns, which brought comparisons to The Ex.
Their first major release was "Dread", released on the American Tapes and Hanson Records labels but distributed through Bulb Records. Other major releases include "Dead Hills" on Troubleman Unlimited as well as "Burned Mind" and "Human Animal" on Sub Pop. Most Wolf Eyes recordings are released as either lathe cuts, cassettes, or CD-rs.
Silence Magnifies Sound is the second studio album from Ohio post-rock band The Six Parts Seven. It was released November 14, 2000 and was released on Troubleman Unlimited. It includes the songs 'Spaces Between Days (Parts 1 & 2)' with parts 3 and 4 on the following album, "Things Shaped in Passing".
The Airing of Grievances is the first studio album by American punk rock band Titus Andronicus, released on the Troubleman Unlimited record label on April 14, 2008. The album combines elements of punk rock, shoegaze, and lo-fi music. It was reissued on January 20, 2009 on XL Recordings.
Bob Nanna/Elizabeth Elmore EP is a split EP by Bob Nanna of Braid and The City on Film and Elizabeth Elmore of The Reputation and Sarge. Released on Nanna's Troubleman Unlimited label in 2001, it features a single song from each performer. This release in particular was Elmore's only output in between her work with Sarge and The Reputation.
Vegas Martyrs is black metal noise music band featuring Dominick Fernow better known as Prurient on guitar, Richard Dunn (FFH) on vocals & electronics and Joe Potts on drums. They have released records and cassettes on Hospital Productions, Kitty Play Records, and Troubleman Unlimited.
Panthers is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The "Village Voice" described them as "groundbreaking dissonant HC (hardcore) with Rolling Stones swagger." Three members were previously in the hardcore band Orchid. Panthers have released four records. The most recent two, "The Trick" and "Things Are Strange" were released on Vice Records. Prior to that they released via Dim Mak Records and Troubleman Unlimited.