Duna Records

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Duna Records
FounderBrant Bjork
Country of originUnited States

Duna Records is a record label founded by desert rocker Brant Bjork.[1][2]

As of mid-September 2007 the dunarecords.com website no longer hosted tour dates or album information, being replaced with a simple text message "Brant Bjork is a modern guitar hero and rock legend, hailing from infamous stoner rock bands such as Kyuss, Fu Manchu, and Che. He currently tours with his own band Brant Bjork & the Bros." Since July 2009, dunarecords.com has morphed into a Brant Bjork fansite hosting reviews and interviews, album information, videos, discographies, links, tour dates, and a community forum.

Duna has since been revived under the new name "Low Desert Punk Recordings".[3] First release is Brant Bjork's Punk Rock Guilt.

Discography[edit]

Artist Title Format Catalog Number
Brant Bjork Brant Bjork & the Operators CD Duna-001
Brant Bjork Jalamanta LP Duna-002
Brant Bjork Jalamanta CD Duna-003
Brant Bjork Keep Your Cool CD/LP Duna-004
Brant Bjork Local Angel CD Duna-005
Brant Bjork Local Angel LP Duna-006
Vic Du Monte's Idiot Prayer Prey For The City CD Duna-007
Vic Du Monte's Idiot Prayer Prey For The City LP Duna-008
Brant Bjork and the Bros Saved by Magic CD Duna-009
Brant Bjork and the Bros Saved by Magic LP Duna-010
John McBain The In-Flight Feature CD Duna-011
John Mcbain The In-Flight Feature LP Duna-012
Brant Bjork & Kate McCabe Sabbia DVD Duna-013
Brant Bjork Tres Dias LP Duna-014
Brant Bjork Tres Dias CD Duna-015
Brant Bjork and the Bros Somera Sól LP Duna-016
Brant Bjork and the Bros Somera Sól CD Duna-017
Brant Bjork Punk Rock Guilt CD/LP LDP-1973
Brant Bjork and the Bros Somera Sól CD LDP-1974
Ché Sounds of Liberation LP LDP-1975
Brant Bjork Brant Bjork & the Operators LP LDP-1976
Ché Sounds of Liberation CD LDP-1977
Brant Bjork and the Bros Live Album (Unreleased) ? LDP-1978
Brant Bjork Jalamanta LP LDP-1979
Brant Bjork Gods & Goddesses CD/LP LDP-1980

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brant Bjork". allmusic.com. Retrieved on October 5, 2013.
  2. ^ "Duna". discogs.com. Retrieved on October 9, 2013.
  3. ^ "Low Desert Punk". discogs.com. Retrieved on October 9, 2013.

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