Dutch East India Trading

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For the trading company, see Dutch East India Company.

Dutch East India Trading was an independent record label based in Rockville Centre, New York. It released music by such artists as Sun Dial, The Orb, The Smiths, Soul-Junk, Die Monster Die, Prong, The Cure, Robert Wyatt, A Guy Called Gerald, Bongwater, Opium Den, Indian Bingo, Meat Beat Manifesto, Christian Death, and Doom.

Homestead Records, Giant Records, Grass Records and Rockville Records were among the imprints of the Dutch East India Trading group.

The company ceased operations in 2003.

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