Mint 400 Records

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Mint 400 Records
Mint 400 Records logo 2014.PNG
Founded 2007 (2007)
Founder Neil Sabatino
Genre Indie rock
Country of origin United States
Location North Jersey
Official website

Mint 400 Records is an independent record label based out of North Jersey.[1][2]


Mint 400 Records was founded in 2007 by indie music veteran Neil Sabatino.[3][4] The label has released a variety of work in different genres, but specializes in indie rock and acoustic folk music.[5] On being an independent record label, Sabatino maintains "we sign a lot of our acts based on potential."[6] Mint 400 Records is considered to be a "roster of some of the Garden State’s most under-appreciated and challenging bands" by The Star-Ledger's Tris McCall.[7] The name Mint 400 is the name of the motorcycle race fictional character Raoul Duke is supposed to be covering in the Hunter S. Thompson book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.[8]

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As of 2018 Mint 400 has released over 180 records. In addition to releases by the artists, the label also released several promotional compilation albums, including a full album cover of The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds in 2013.[9]

  • Our First Compilation (2011)
  • A Very Merry Christmas Compilation (2012)
  • The Beach Boys Pet Sounds performed by The Mint 400 Roster (2013)
  • Patchwork (2014)
  • Transformed: A Tribute to Lou Reed (2014)
  • 1967 (2015)
  • In a Mellow Tone (2015)
  • Guitar Rebel: A Tribute To Link Wray (2016)
  • Nirvana "In Utero" Tribute (2017)
  • At The Movies (2018)



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