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'''Wasteland Records''' was an independent, DIY label formed by the members of [[Articles of Faith]].  They formed it to release their own records, and produced records for (at least one) other bands, such as [[Savage Beliefs]].  It was likely run by [[Pat Gruber]] (the manager of Articles of Faith) as he was the one agree to make the Savage Beliefs record after their show at the [[Centro-American Social Club]] with the Big Boys in July [[1983]].
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'''Wasteland Records''' was an independent, DIY label formed by the members of [[Articles of Faith]].  They formed it to release their own records, and produced records for (at least one) other bands, such as [[Savage Beliefs]].  It was likely run by [[Pat Gruber]] (the manager of Articles of Faith) as he was the one who agreed to make the Savage Beliefs record after their show at the [[Centro-American Social Club]] with the Big Boys in July [[1983]].
  
 
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[[Category:Record Labels]]

Latest revision as of 18:11, 11 May 2018

Wasteland Records was an independent, DIY label formed by the members of Articles of Faith. They formed it to release their own records, and produced records for (at least one) other bands, such as Savage Beliefs. It was likely run by Pat Gruber (the manager of Articles of Faith) as he was the one who agreed to make the Savage Beliefs record after their show at the Centro-American Social Club with the Big Boys in July 1983.