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99 Records was an independent record label that existed from 1980-1984. 99 (pronounced Nine Nine) Records was run out of a record store with the same name, located at 99 MacDougal Street in New York City's Greenwich Village, and owned by Ed Bahlman. Artists included ESG, Liquid Liquid, Bush Tetras, Glenn Branca, Y Pants, and others.

Discography

Bell Head (live)/Rubbermiro

  • 99-08 12" (1981) Maximum Joy - Stretch/Silent Street/Silent Dub (licensed from UK label Y Records)
  • 99-09 12" (1981) Liquid Liquid - Successive Reflexes EP (Lock Groove (in) /Lock Groove (out)//

Push/Zero/Eyes Sharp)

  • 99-11EP7 7" (1981) Liquid Liquid - Bellhead//Push (extremely rare 7" 45 of re-recordings by Liquid Liquid, recorded, mixed & mastered in one day - Nov. 24, 1981. The band destroyed most copies and it was never made available, but some still exist.)
  • 99-10 12" (1982) ESG - Dance//The Beat/Moody
  • 99-11 12" (1983) Liquid Liquid - Optimo/Cavern//Scraper Out
  • 99-LL1 12" (1984) Liquid Liquid - Dig We Must/Flextone/D.D.Dig We Must (Remix)
  • 99-001LP LP (1981) Glenn Branca - The Ascension
  • 99-002LP LP (1981) Singers & Players - War of Words (also released on On-U Sound UK)
  • 99-003LP LP (1983) ESG - Come Away With ESG




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