Talk:Bad Taste (record label)

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It appears that Bad Taste Records is another Scandinavian record label but different from Smekkleysa. I will make changes @ bad taste records and any pages that link to it that needs to be changed. From the Bad Taste Records faq:

#5. I heard / read somewhere that you released a record with Sigur Rós. Is that so?
No.
 
That's the "other" Bad Taste (the Icelandic / Danish one). However, if you like Sigur Rós, you should check out our band Logh.

lol. —Tokek 01:49, 22 July 2005 (UTC)

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Why is this article located at "Bad Taste" (a translation of the real name) rather than Smekkleysa? BLANKFAZE | (что??) 03:47, 22 July 2005 (UTC)

Because Bad Taste is the name they use for the international market. Smekkleysa is for the Icelandic market only. That's all. Luis María Benítez 22:12, 1 August 2005 (UTC)