Nebula Records

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Nebula Records is a record label founded early 1973 by Detroit musician and record producer Scott Campbell while still in his teens. The label has released Detroit acts such as The Sillies, The MC5, Iggy Pop, RUR, Don Rader, Hippodrome and numerous anthologies and collections by various artists including Nigerian base gospel act Abraham Honourable New Order, Roger McGuinn (lead singer/guitarist of The Byrds) and others. It is the oldest surviving independent record label in Detroit. Gospel Nation Music in Nigeria is an affiliate.

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