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The label is an outspoken critic of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), arguing that the association uses ineffective and heavy-handed business tactics and does not fulfill its claims to represent the music industry. In contrast to the RIAA, the label promotes music downloads, arguing that they help consumers sample music before buying. It has released five albums and numerous single songs for free download on its webpage.
The label has been referred to[by whom?] as one of the last true punk labels.
In 2003 the label released the first commercially available MP3 CdD entitled the "Go-kart MP300 Raceway." All-music called the release a, "revolution in a jewel case."  It contained 300 songs from 150 bands and included an MP3 player and instructions on how to burn the songs to CD.
From 2006–2007, label owner Greg Ross hosted a show entitled Radio Free Greg on Punk Radio Cast (punkradiocast.com) that was the station's most popular show and one of the most listened to shows on the Internet.
As of 2012, the label has slowed down, occasionally releasing music under the Go-Kart imprint as well as its pop-punk imprint Kid Tested Records.
- 1 Artists that appeared on Go-kart releases (full-lengths, EPs and 7"s --- does not include artists that appeared only on compilations)
- 2 Artists Released on Go-kart Europe (full-lengths, EPs and 7"s --- does not include artists that appeared only on compilations)
- 3 Compilations Released on Go-kart Records
- 4 See also
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Artists that appeared on Go-kart releases (full-lengths, EPs and 7"s --- does not include artists that appeared only on compilations)
Black Army Jacket
Black Velvet Flag
Boris The Sprinkler
Brothers Of Conquest
Capture The Flag
Down By Law
Icons Of Filth
Manda And The Marbles
Pigmy Love Circus
Plan A Project
Sick On The Bus
Star Strangled Bastards
Ten Foot Pole
The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black
Two Man Advantage
Vision of Disorder
Artists Released on Go-kart Europe (full-lengths, EPs and 7"s --- does not include artists that appeared only on compilations)
Compilations Released on Go-kart Records
Brats On The Beat: Ramones for Kids
Destroy Television VHS
Go-Kart vs. the Corporate Giant
Go-Kart vs. the Corporate Giant 2
Go-Kart vs. the Corporate Giant 3
Go-Kart vs. the Corporate Giant 4
NY's Hardest 3
Pop Punk's Not Dead
Punk Uprisings 2
Skippy Zine/ CD
Soundtrack to Troma's Terror Firmer
Step on a Crack Vol.2
The Go-kart MP300 Raceway
Twisted TV DVD
Welcome To The Altamont Speedway 7"
Your Scene Sucks