World Domination Recordings

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World Domination Recordings was an indie rock record label founded by bass player and music entrepreneur Dave Allen[1] in Los Angeles. From roughly 1989 to 1996 it released records by artists including Low Pop Suicide,[2] The Elastic Purejoy, Stanford Prison Experiment, Perfume Tree, Latimer, Sky Cries Mary,[3] Loop Guru, Sugar Plant, and Noah Stone, and published a zine with essays by Allen and design by Ophelia Chong, called Clutter. More recently, Allen founded the label Pampelmoose.


  1. ^ George-Warren, Holly; Patricia Romanowski; Jon Pareles (2001). The Rolling stone encyclopedia of rock & roll (Edition: 3 - 2001 ed.). Fireside. p. 364. ISBN 9780743201209. 
  2. ^ Kennedy, Mark. "Low Pop Suicide ::". Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  3. ^ Stout, Gene (February 23, 1996). "SKY CRIES MARY PLANS SEVEN ALBUMS IN NEW CONTRACT WITH WARNER BROS.(What's Happening)". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 

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