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Potomak (Serbo-Croatian for "descendant") is an artist record label for the German experimental rock band Einstürzende Neubauten (Potomak on Discogs). It was founded by the band's front man Blixa Bargeld (born Christian Emmerich on January 12, 1959) in 1988 to support the re-release of the band's Kollaps album on CD format. It also enabled the band to assume ownership of their music and operate outside of a label contract. Potomak also serves as the label for band member's solo projects and has released albums from Alexander Hacke, Rudi Moser and Blixa Bargeld. Potomak releases are distributed through Rykodisc and Indigo.


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