Amarillo Records

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Amarillo Records is a defunct independent record label that operated out of San Francisco from 1992 to 2001. It was owned by Gregg Turkington. The label specialized in releasing experimental post-punk avant-garde rock and comedy. It was also known for releasing several solo recordings by Church Of Satan founder Anton LaVey and for the landmark representative compilation CD You Gan’t Boar Like An Eabla When You Work With Turkrys.

Artists on Amarillo Records[edit]

A list of bands, artists and others whose music, spoken word and comedy released through Amarillo Records.

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