|Founder||Dexter Holland, Greg K.|
|Distributor(s)||RED, ADA, Fontana|
|Genre||Punk rock, post-punk, hardcore punk, post-hardcore, melodic hardcore|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location||Huntington Beach, California|
Nitro Records is an American independent record label, created and formerly operated by Dexter Holland (lead singer and founder of The Offspring) and fellow Offspring bassist Greg K. They started the label in 1994. Nitro is famous for being an incubator for punk rock artists who have subsequently become successful, most notably AFI. The label has also released albums from classic punk bands, including The Damned and T.S.O.L.
- 30 Foot Fall
- The Aquabats
- A Wilhelm Scream
- Bullet Train to Vegas
- Crime in Stereo
- The Damned
- Don't Look Down
- Enemy You
- Exene Cervenka and the Original Sinners
- Hit The Switch
- Jughead's Revenge
- The Letters Organize
- Lost City Angels
- Much The Same
- No Trigger
- The Offspring (Re Releasing Old Material)
- One Hit Wonder
- Stormy California
- Sloppy Seconds
- Son of Sam
- The Turbo A.C.'s
- Up Syndrome
- The Vandals
- 1996 – Go Ahead Punk... Make My Day
- 1998 - Deep Thoughts
- 2000 – The Thought Remains the Same (re-issue of Deep Thoughts)
- 2001 – Punkzilla
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