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Very Friendly

Name
Very Friendly
URL
http://cargorecords.co.uk
Email
info@cargorecords.co.uk
Phone
Address
17 Heathman's Road Parsons Green London SW6 4TJ
Profile
Cargo Distributions (UK) formed Very Friendly in the summer of 2003 with the aim to release music which brings "new & exciting underground sounds over to a wider audience thriving on confounding listener expectations."
Releases on file (13)
Boredoms — Onanie Bomb Meets the Sex Pistols Boredoms — Onanie Bomb Meets the Sex Pistols
(Very Friendly VF005CD, 1988/2004, CD)
Boredoms — Pop Tatari Boredoms — Pop Tatari
(Very Friendly VF006CD, 1992/2004, CD)
Boredoms — Chocolate Synthesizer Boredoms — Chocolate Synthesizer
(Very Friendly VF007CD, 1994/2004, CD)
Afrirampo — A Afrirampo — A
(Very Friendly VF026CD, 2004, CD)
2 by Bukowski — Yzordderex 2 by Bukowski — Yzordderex
(Very Friendly VF011CD, 2005, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots Boredoms — Super Roots
(Very Friendly VF036CD, 1993/2005, CD)
Acid Mothers Temple SWR — SWR Acid Mothers Temple SWR — SWR
(Very Friendly VF020CD, 2005, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 5 Boredoms — Super Roots 5
(Very Friendly VF038CD, 1995/2006, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 8 Boredoms — Super Roots 8
(Very Friendly VF041CD, 1999/2006, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 3 Boredoms — Super Roots 3
(Very Friendly VF037CD, 1994/2006, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 6 Boredoms — Super Roots 6
(Very Friendly VF039CD, 1996/2007, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 7 Boredoms — Super Roots 7
(Very Friendly VF040CD, 1999/2007, CD)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno — Journey into the Cosmic Inferno Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno — Journey into the Cosmic Inferno
(Very Friendly VF046CD, 2008, CD)

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