Triple X Records

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Triple X Records was an LA-based record company started by three former employees of the bankrupt Greenworld Distribution: Dean Naleway, Peter Heur and Charlie Brown. The label's roster included such artists as Jane's Addiction, Psi Com, Bo Diddley, D.I., The Adolescents, The Vandals, Social Distortion, Human Drama, Of Cabbages And Kings, Angry Samoans, Bad Manners, Mojo Nixon, Stephen Pearcy, Dr. Dre, Doggy Style Spice 1, South Central Cartel, Lady Synful, Doll-e Girl, Acrophet, Slow Pain, Nino Brown, Gaza Strippers, Weeto, DTTX of A Lighter Shade of Brown, Brownside, Mr. Shadow, Lil Blacky, Brown Boy and (Korn predecessors) L.A.P.D..

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