Key Lime Pie Records (1993-1994)
Key Lime Pie Records was a record label founded by Geoff Kresge in 1993. It was not actually a licensed record label; it was the garage of Geoff Kresge. Their releases were not sold in stores, but only during concerts. Only three records have been released by this “label” and they were AFI releases. At the time, the band did not have very much money, so in total after all three releases had been made, fewer than 1000 copies had been sold in Ukiah, Berkeley, California and some cities throughout the US on early tours. After all the releases were sold and out of print, the label was abandoned.
- Dork EP
- Behind The Times
- Eddie Picnic’s All Wet
Wingnut Records is a 1990s California record label specializing in punk rock/hardcore. The label is most noted for releasing early AFI and Frantics records.
- Answer That and Stay Fashionable
Nitro Records is an independent record label created and owned by Dexter Holland (lead singer and founder of The Offspring) and Greg Kriesel (bassist for the same band). They started the label in 1994. The label is famous for being an incubator for punk rock artists who have subsequently become successful, most notably AFI. The label has also released albums from classic punk bands, including The Damned and TSOL, and The Offspring have even used the label to re-release their eponymous debut album.
- Answer That and Stay Fashionable (Re-Issue)
- Very Proud of Ya
- Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes
- A Fire Inside EP
- Black Sails EP
- Black Sails In The Sunset
- All Hallow’s EP
- The Art of Drowning
- The Days of the Phoenix EP
DreamWorks Records was an American record label. Founded in 1996 by David Geffen, Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg as a subsidiary of DreamWorks SKG, the label operated until 2005 when it was shut down. The label itself also featured a Nashville, Tennessee based subsidiary, DreamWorks Nashville, which specialized in country music and was also shut down in 2005.
- Sing the Sorrow