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The label is named after syrup of ipecac, an emetic, or vomit-inducing, medicine.
 
The label is named after syrup of ipecac, an emetic, or vomit-inducing, medicine.
  
The label's tag line is "Ipecac Recordings--Making People Sick Since 1999."
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The label's tag line is "''Ipecac Recordings--Making People Sick Since 1999.''"
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==Albums/EPs==
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|''[[The Maggot (album)|The Maggot]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-002
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|[[Image:Melvins-thebootlicker.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[1999]]
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|''[[The Bootlicker (album)|The Bootlicker]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-004
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|[[Image:Melvins-thecrybaby.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2000]]
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|''[[The Crybaby (album)|The Crybaby]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-006
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|-
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|[[Image:Melvins-gpt.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2000]]
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|''[[Gluey Porch Treatments (Ipecac)|Gluey Porch Treatments]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-012
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|-
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|[[Image:Melvins-hat.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2002]]
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|''[[Hostile Ambient Takeover (album)|Hostile Ambient Takeover]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-020
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|-
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|[[Image:Melvins-26songs.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2003]]
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|''[[26 Songs (album)|26 Songs]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-038
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|[[Image:Melvins-lustmord-potre.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2004]]
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|''[[Pigs of the Roman Empire (album)|Pigs of the Roman Empire]]'' with [[Lustmord]]
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-054
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|[[Image:Melvins-mangled.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2005]]
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|''[[Mangled Demos from 1983]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]<br/>[[Alternative Tentacles Records]]
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|IPC-063<br/>Virus337
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|[[Image:melsenile.jpg|center|50px|]]
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|[[2006]]
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|''[[(A) Senile Animal]]''
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|[[Ipecac Recordings]]
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|IPC-082
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==Melvins releases==
 
*''[[The Maggot (album)|The Maggot]]''
 
*''[[The Bootlicker (album)|The Bootlicker]]''
 
*''[[The Crybaby (album)|The Crybaby]]''
 
*[[The Trilogy]]
 
*''[[Hostile Ambient Takeover (album)|Hostile Ambient Takeover]]''
 
*''[[26 Songs (album)|26 Songs]]''
 
*''[[Pigs of the Roman Empire (album)|Pigs of the Roman Empire]]''
 
*''[[Mangled Demos from 1983]]''
 
*''[[(A) Senile Animal]]''
 
  
 
[[Category: Record Label]]
 
[[Category: Record Label]]

Revision as of 00:19, 18 October 2006

Ipecac Recordings is an independent record label based in Orinda, California. It was founded in 1999 by Greg Werckman (ex-label manager of Alternative Tentacles, ex-Lead Singer for Duh, ex-employee for Mercury Records and Pick-A-Winner Management) and Mike Patton (ex-Faith No More, ex-Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Tomahawk and Peeping Tom) in Alameda, California.

Originally the label was created for the sole purpose of releasing the first Fantômas album. Currently they also distribute other artists like The Melvins, Isis, and other of Patton's projects and collaborations.

The label is named after syrup of ipecac, an emetic, or vomit-inducing, medicine.

The label's tag line is "Ipecac Recordings--Making People Sick Since 1999."


Albums/EPs

Album Cover Date of Release Title Label Catalog Number
Melvins-themaggot.jpg
1999 The Maggot Ipecac Recordings IPC-002
Melvins-thebootlicker.jpg
1999 The Bootlicker Ipecac Recordings IPC-004
Melvins-thecrybaby.jpg
2000 The Crybaby Ipecac Recordings IPC-006
Melvins-gpt.jpg
2000 Gluey Porch Treatments Ipecac Recordings IPC-012
Melvins-hat.jpg
2002 Hostile Ambient Takeover Ipecac Recordings IPC-020
Melvins-26songs.jpg
2003 26 Songs Ipecac Recordings IPC-038
Melvins-lustmord-potre.jpg
2004 Pigs of the Roman Empire with Lustmord Ipecac Recordings IPC-054
Melvins-mangled.jpg
2005 Mangled Demos from 1983 Ipecac Recordings
Alternative Tentacles Records
IPC-063
Virus337
Melsenile.jpg
2006 (A) Senile Animal Ipecac Recordings IPC-082