What's Your Rupture?

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What's Your Rupture? is a New York-based independent record label, that specializes in small-run vinyl releases.[1] The label gained recognition in 2005 with the release of Love Is All's Nine Times That Same Song, and a 12" release of Giddy Stratospheres from The Long Blondes. The Love Is All record was subsequently released in the UK by Parlophone under the What's Your Rupture? imprint.

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  1. ^ Ruttenberg, Jay (February 13, 2008). "Singles going steady". Time Out New York. Retrieved 2008-02-18. 

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