The Wax Trax! story started in the mid-1970s when partners Jim Nash & Dannie Flesher opened a record store under that name in Denver. In 1978, they sold the Denver store (which is still open) and moved to Chicago, where they opened a new Wax Trax! location.
Bill Brown - Speed of Light Feat Bill Brown, Wax Trax feat. Bill Brown - The Power of Electricity Feat Bill Brown и другие популярные треки и рингтоны.
Explore releases from the Wax Trax! Records label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Wax Trax! Records releases. On June 14, 2014, Wax Trax! (now led by Jim Nash's daughter, Julia Nash) officially released its first new music in twenty years with the 'TKO Mindfuck' 12" single by Cocksure (Chris Connelly and Jason Novak). Sello Matriz: TVT Records. Wax Trax! Sampler (Cass, Comp).
This compilation, which masquerades as a Wax Trax presentation, is really a TVT (Wax Trax's parent company) promotional sampler, as Wax Trax itself was basically a defunct label in all aspects but name by the time of this release (1999). Focusing on the electronic side of TVT's roster, the CD's highlights include Underworld's otherwise unreleased "Spikee," Nightmares on Wax's blissed-out after-hours jam "Bless My Soul," and Autechre's chilling ambient masterpiece "Eutow.
Wax Trax! Records is an American independent record label based in Chicago. It began as a record shop in Denver, Colorado, opened by life partners Jim Nash and Dannie Flesher, who sold the store in 1978 and moved to Chicago. In November of that year, they opened a store under the same name in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. During the 1980s and 1990s, the accompanying record label became a presence on the new wave and punk rock scenes in the city, and an outlet for European bands
Sinister Whisperz: Wax Trax Years (1987-1991).
|A1||–Revolting Cocks||Something Wonderful|
|A2||–Mussolini Headkick||Plain Unhappy|
|A5||–Lead Into Gold||Faster Than Light|
|A7||–The Young Gods||Irrtum Boys|
|B1||–My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult||Ride The Mindway|
|B2||–Meat Beat Manifesto||Dog Star Man|
|B4||–Pankow||Let Me Be Stalin|
|B5||–Greater Than One||G-Force|