Secret Records

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Secret Records
Founded 1980
Founder Martin Hooker
Genre Punk, rock, blues, soul, reggae, psychedelic, folk
Country of origin England
Location London
Official website

Secret Records & Films is a British independent record label based in London. The label currently specialises in live releases on CD & DVD as well as older releases ranging across a number of genres including blues, reggae, rock, rock 'n' roll, psychedelic, soul and punk. The label's roster includes releases by John Mayall, Bert Jansch, Happy Mondays, Geno Washington, The Toy Dolls, Ned's Atomic Dustbin, Fastway, The Exploited, Hawkwind, Ike Turner, InMe, Lee Perry, LA Guns, Amen and many more.

Originally starting as a punk label, Secret Records was created in 1980 with the first release being The Exploited's "Punk's not dead" which reached number 20 in the UK album charts. As the 1990s came around the catalogue of Secret Records became less rooted in punk and become broader in genre choice. After 2000 the label began concentrating more on music DVD releases as well as live CD releases and continues to do so to this day.

Secret Records Releases[edit]

Rock/ Metal/ Indie



Jazz/Jazz Funk & Pop

Psychedelic/Progressive Rock


Reggae / Ska

Rock 'n' Roll/ Soul/ Rhythm'N'Blues

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