Meltdown Records

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Meltdown Records was a small independent record label established by Massey University student Peter Shepherd in Palmerston North, New Zealand in 1985. The first recording was by a band called Dosage B which was led by Jeremy Corbett who subsequently became a well known radio host in New Zealand. Meltdown released 10 records in a 4-year period including an EP by The Remarkables and an album by Three Leaning Men titled Fun in the Key of E, both early bands of New Zealand musician Alan Gregg. Another highlight was an EP by the Pterodactyls which featured ex Chills member Martin Kean.

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