Desperate Fight Records

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Desperate Fight Records
FounderDennis Lyxzén
Jose Saxlund
Distributor(s)Victory Records
Birdnest Records
GenreStraight edge
Hardcore punk
Country of originSweden

Desperate Fight Records was an independent record label in existence between 1993 and 2000 in Umeå, Sweden, owned and operated by Dennis Lyxzén and Jose Saxlund.[1][2] It released records by most of the bands in the huge local Straight edge hardcore scene known collectively as Umeå Hardcore.

Label discography[edit]

DFR#1: Abhinanda - Darkness of Ignorance
DFR#2: Various artists - Straight Edge as Fuck I
DFR#3: Doughnuts - Equalize Nature
DFR#4: Abhinanda - Senseless
DFR#5: Shield - Build Me Up... Melt Me Down...
DFR#6: Final Exit - Teg
DFR#7: Purusam - Outbound
DFR#8: Abhinanda - Neverending Well of Bliss
DFR#9: Various artists - Straight Edge as Fuck II
DFR#10: Shield - Vampiresongs
DFR#11: Separation - 5th Song
DFR#12: Saidiwas - Saidiwas
DFR#13: Purusam - The Way of the Dying Race
DFR#14: Step Forward - It Did Make a Difference[3][4]
DFR#15: Final Exit - Umeå
DFR#16: Abhinanda - Abhinanda
DFR#17: Saidiwas - All Punk Cons
DFR#18: Various artists - Straight Edge as Fuck III
DFR#19: Separation - Separationn
DFR#20: Plastic Pride - Daredevil I Lost
DFR#21: Purusam - Daybreak Chronicles
DFR#22: Plastic Pride - No Hot Ashes
DFR#23: Abhinanda - The Rumble


  1. ^ "Interview with Jose Saxlund (ex-Abhinanda, Desperate Fight Records)". Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  2. ^ "Desperate Fight Records at Discogs". Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  3. ^ "Refused / the shape of page to come; Step Forward". Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  4. ^ "Step Forward – It Did Make A Difference (CD) at Discogs". Retrieved 2013-03-26.

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