Never compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon. That's always been the difference between us ... (Rorschach)

Perhaps it's just what Rorschach said to Daniel, what fuels us as an independent label. This thought originated Sounds of Subterrania's work as a distribution. To help other labels selling their records, creating networks and to support each other. Now we've got a new tool and I hope it facilitates your work and the process of ordering. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And I'm always open and thankful for any suggestions to improve the new concept.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Gregor

... and now enjoy the digging!
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    JACQUELINE TAIEB

    Jacqueline Taieb: Her 1967 Debut Album

    Limited to 1.000 copies only! This 1967 Yé-Yé debut album is as scarce as gold dust and fetches high prices among collectors if they may score a copy in good condition. Tunisia born Jacqueline did f
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    ADOLF AHANOTU

    Sensation

    At a time when bandleaders in Nigeria used titles as an affectation, Dr. Adolf Ahanotu was the real deal. He had a PhD in music compilation and Master’s degrees in education and communication. He al
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    MARK FRY

    Dreaming With Alice

    This album has been quite an obscurity already by the time of its release. Recorded by 19 year old Mark Fry for an Italian sub label of RCA it presented a beautifully naive kind of psychedelic folk si
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    CLARA MONDSHINE

    Luna Africana

    CLARA MONDSHINE is a musical project of the late radio director, journalist and composer Walter Bachauer who for example used to work for RIAS Berlin in the 70s and 80s. Mr. Bachauer has also been inv
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    OFO THE ROCK COMPANY

    Live In Europe - Fonk Afrika

    OFO The Rock Company (originally known as OFO The Back Company) were Nigeria’s first acid-rock band. Blending Hendrix and Deep Purple with shamanism and a pro-black philosophy, they cut their teeth
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    KALI BAHLU

    Cosmic Remembrance

    First official reissue ever! Includes two bonus tracks and extended linernotes! Gatefold Sleeve. It's 1967 and Kali Bahlu felt that it was time to "simply speak the truth as it comes to me from th
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    HEADS FUNK BAND

    Cold Fire

    The self-proclaimed funkiest band on the west coast of Africa, the Heads Funk Band, could arguably make that claim for the whole continent. Featuring the slick guitar of Felix ‘Feladey’ Odey, the
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    JOAO DONATO & SEU TRIO

    Muito A Vontade

    Joao Donato is a legend of Brazilian jazz and Latin music and here we have his either legendary debut album from 1962. The well skilled performance speaks of a great routine each musician has but ther
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    MASISI MASS FUNK

    I Want You Girl

    In mid-seventies, Nigerian bands came and went with alarming regularity, rising meteorically from the slums to stardom and falling back again just as quickly. Masisi Mass Funk from Anamara State was o
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    OSAMU KITAJIMA

    Masterless Samurai

    A more of world music, a more of ethno and definitely a more of progressive fusion rock approach is what marks „Masterless Samurai“, the second album by Japanese prog warrior Osamu Kitajima. He ta
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    TOLLWUT

    Seuchen

    One helluva obscure release for fans of leftist German street punk. This is one of the most iconic underground acts Germany saw in its 1980's. We speak of punk rock in its original form and spirit
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    SEGUN BUCKNOR

    Segun Bucknor

    Segun Bucknor fell in love with American soul music as a student at New York’s Columbia University. Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam Cooke and Ray Charles hadn’t made much of a splash in Africa a
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    GERALDO PINO

    Let's Have A Party

    It’s no exaggeration to say that Geraldo Pino and his band the Heartbeats kickstarted the whole soul/funk/afrobeat scene in West Africa. Mixing highlife, funk and jazz, and using the latest equipmen
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    PAUL GONSALVES QUARTET

    Boom-Jackie-Boom-Chick

    1964 seemed to be a great year for jazz music in general and this special piece from a quartet led by the great tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves who was a long time member of the Duke Ellington Orches
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    SHIRLEY ELLIS

    The Name Game

    A mid 1960s rock'n'soul smasher! Shirly Ellis and her songwriting team went for a colorful album here combining hard hitting rock'n'roll with a slightly softened garage flavor and lush
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    TONY IGIETTEMO

    Hot Like Fire

    Leaning against a wall, his shirt unbuttoned to his navel and cradling a tumbler of something strong and sophisticated, Tony Igiettemo looks every bit the smooth talking 80s gent. When you put Hot Lik
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    SAVAGES

    Live'n Wild

    1965 and 1966 were the years when the underground at last exploded and first influences of psychedelia were showing in the music of many nowadays hardly remembered cult bands such as THE SAVAGES origi
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    Hollow Men / Special Edition

    Diese Special Edition entstand in Zusammenarbeit mit Bobbys langjährigen Freund und Schmuckdesigner Jonathan Johnson (Deichkind, Bela B., Rocko Schamoni, Chilly Gonzales, Absolute Beginner). Für de
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    MEXICAN WOLFBOYS

    skatization of the christian west

    The rst sign of life after nearly 5 years from these ve gentlemen out of Aachen. And a lot has happened since their debut in 2012. It's still the same talented group of snotty punk rockers (memb
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    NIGHTMEN

    c'est la vie e.p.

    The great and awesome NIGHTMEN (With Anton from Terrible feelings) are a sweet bunch of versatile musicians. After their highly acclaimed rst full length "Fifteen Minutes of Pain" which could be desc
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    JANELLE

    fault lines

    JANELLE from Philadelphia is a duo that mixes up genres since 2013. After putting out two tapes on SUICIDE BONG TAPES it's time for them to get their first proper vinyl release. It's kinda har
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    GERRY & THE HOLOGRAMS

    s/t

    Well–documented as one of Frank Zappa’s favourite ever groups and instantly recognisable as the BLUEprint of 80’s Mancunian electro pop, the inflated alter–egos of Gerry & The Holograms (and t
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    STEFANO MARCUCCI

    Tempo Di Demoni, Papi, Angioli, Incensi E Cilici

    The mythical, mysterious and misfiled transcription disc of a lost Italian demonic religious rock opera recorded at Pierre Umiliani’s Sound Workshop by Stefano Marcucci - beat group veteran, Fernand
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    BLOPS, LOS

    Blops

    Formed in 1964 in Santiago, playing beat and cover versions, Blops developed over the following years a unique sound, mixing folk, rock, psychedelia and Chilean folklore. This is their legendary first