Tremor Records

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History

Tremor Records was founded as a punk rock record label in 1977 by lead vocalist of the band Cinecyde Gary Reichel. The first release was Gutless Radio a 45 rpm by Cinecyde that was a slap in the face of the broadcast radio business.

Artists

Cinecyde
The Cubes
The Ivories
The Twenty-Seven
Rushlow-King Combo
Natasha
Jerry Vile And The Weazles
Service
Sleep
Hysteric Narcotics
Americatz

Discography

Cinecyde Gutless Radio ‎(7") TR 001 1977
The Ivories Let Me Ride ‎(7", Single) TR 002 1977
Cinecyde Black Vinyl Threat ‎(7", EP) TR 003 1978
The Ivories X-15 ‎(7", EP) TR 004 1978
Cinecyde Positive Action ‎(7", EP) TR 005 1979
The Twenty-Seven Don't Go To Extremes ‎(7") TR 006 1979
Rushlow-King Combo See You Later (Perhaps) ‎(7") TR 008 1979
The Cubes Spaceheart ‎(7") TR-009 1979
Cinecyde Tough Girls ‎(7", Single) TR-010 1980
Service Time Release ‎(7") TR-011 1980
Various Detroit Defaces The Eighties ‎(LP, Comp) TR-LP101 1980
Natasha Slip Of The Lip/Crocodile‎(7") TR 012 1981
Boners Do The Itch / Bob The Dog ‎(7") TR-013 1981
The Americatz/CubesCat Tracks / One After 1 ‎(LP, Album) TRLP-102 1981
Various Mandatory Music ‎(LP, Comp) TRLP-103 1981
Cinecyde I Left My Heart In Detroit City ‎(LP, Album) TRLP-104 1982
The Americatz Jungle Rock / Go ‎(7", Single) 8202 1982
Hysteric Narcotics Wild As Soul ‎(7", Single) TR-015 1985
Jerry Vile And The Weazles Scary, Scary/ Monster Mash ‎(7") 1985
Cinecyde Burn The Crack House Down ‎(7") TR-016 1989
Various End Of The World A Go-Go ‎(LP, Comp) TR-8609 1986
Various Folk Songs From The Twilight Zone ‎(LP, Comp) TR-8805 1988
Cinecyde Who Goes There? ‎(LP, Album) TR 8806 1988
Sleep Brainchild ‎(LP, Album) TR-8807 1988