Mother Tongue Records

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Mother Tongue Records is an independent record label formed in the early 1990s that featured the 12 piece glam-orchestral Britpop band My Life Story, the label was resurrected in the early 2000s with The Barbs, Nick Oliveri, Boy Genius and The Long Weekend among its acts. The label continues to release material and is based in Camden, North London.

Discography[edit]

  • Airhead - "That's Enough" (1993) - Mother 1CD
  • My Life Story - "Girl A, Girl B, Boy C" (1993) - Mother 2CD / Mother 2T (12")
  • My Life Story - "Funny Ha Ha" (1994) - Mother 3CD / Mother 3T (12")
  • My Life Story - "You Don't Sparkle (In My Eyes)" (1994) - Mother 4CD / Mother 4T
  • My Life Story - "The Mornington Crescent Companion EP" (1995) - Mother 5CD
  • My Life Story - "Mornington Crescent" (1995) - Mother CD1 / Mother LP1
  • The Barbs - "Massive Crush" (2003) - Moth 1
  • Boy Genius - "As Long As The Sun Shines" (2004) - Moth 2
  • The Barbs - "The Importance of Being Evil" (2004) - Moth 3
  • The Barbs - "Bury You" (2004) - Moth 4
  • The Barbs - "Lupine Peroxide" (2004) - Moth 7
  • The Barbs - "Massive Crush 2004" - Moth 8
  • The Bleeding Hearts - "Knees" (2006) - Moth 9
  • The Long Weekend - "Medway Is The Difference (Between My Town And Yours)" (2006) - Moth 12S
  • Nick Oliveri And The Mondo Generator (2006) - Moth 13S
  • The Bleeding Hearts - "HAPPY" (2006) - Moth 14
  • Eyelash - "I Was Born The Year Punk Died" (2006) - Moth 15
  • Nick Oliveri And The Mondo Generator - DEAD PLANET : SonicSlowMotionTrails (2006) - Moth 17 / Moth 17LP
  • Letters & Colours - "Gaunt/Plan A" - Moth 18S (2007)
  • The Long Weekend - "Record" - Moth 19S (2007)
  • The Long Weekend - "20 Minutes 13 Stops" - Moth 20LP (2008/2009)
  • The Long Weekend - "Falling In/Holiday" - Moth 21S/22S (2008)
  • The Diamond Noise - "Never Say Never Say Never" - Moth 23 (2012)
  • The Diamond Noise - "Yippie (Yeah)" - Moth 24 - (August 2012)
  • The Diamond Noise - "Catastrophic" - Moth 25 - (June 2013)
  • The Diamond Noise - "Do You Love Me Too?" (EP) - Moth 26 - (Sept 2013)

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