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1972 - 1983 (OldRalph)

1984 - 1991 (NewRalph)

  • Hajime Tachibana (1984)
  • Ant Farm (1984)
  • Nash The Slash (1984)
  • Rhythm & Noise (1984 - 1985)
  • King Kurt (1985)
  • Bill Spooner (1985)
  • Eugene Chadbourne (1986)
  • Michael Perilstein (1986)
  • Snakefinger's Vestal Virgins (1986 - 1998)
  • Club Foot Orchestra (1986 - 1989)
  • Frank Harris With Maria Marquez (1987)
  • Voice Farm (1987)

EuroRalph /Ralph Sells Downloads (1992 - 2013)

T.E.C Tones

From 1989 to 2001, Ralph Records continued as T.E.C Tones. TEC Tones was not run by The Residents or The Cryptic Corporation, who themselves had not been involved in the original Ralph Records since 1983. TEC Tones featured several sub-labels, all of which are noted here.

  • Freshly Wrapped Candies (1989)
  • Big City Orchestra (1989)
  • Sic Kidz (1989) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds)
  • To Nije Šala / What Makes Donna Twirl? (1989) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds)
  • The Foo Foo Heads (1990) (Elemental Records)
  • Suckdog (1990 - 1993) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds)
  • Half Japanese (1990 - 1994)
  • The Stinky Puffs (1990 - 1995) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds/Elemental Records)
  • Jad Fair (1991 - 1992)
  • Only A Mother (1991 - 1995)
  • Tumbleweed (1992) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds)
  • Mosquito (1993) (Psycho Acoustic Sounds)
  • Shonen Knife (1993)
  • Michael Perilstein (1993 - 1996) (Episode Records)
  • Buzzard Bait (1996)
  • Ringolevio (1996)
  • Sponge (1996)
  • Drums & Tuba (1997 - 1998)
  • June Cleaver And The Steak Knives (2000) (Esoteric Music Group)
  • The Scallions (2000 - 2001) (Esoteric Music Group)
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