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Squoodge Records Collectors Club celebrated Squoodge's 10 years anniversary for as long as 2015. There has been a total of 12 single releases - one record every month. The plates were limited to 100 pieces and were all numbered and labeled by hand. The only way to obtain these records was by subscription paid in advance. The record/s were sent monthly or on a quarterly basis.
 
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# CC 10-12 Pop Rivets - Squoodge Collectors Club 12 - John Peel Session - 29th January 1980 7" more...
# CC 10-11 Trixie Trainwreck & Reverend Beat-Man - Squoodge Collectors Club 11 7" more...
# CC 10-10 Marcel Bontempi - Squoodge Collectors Club 10 - Mambo Jazz 7" more...
# CC 10-9 King Salami and the Cumberland 3 - Squoodge Collectors Club 9 - Goes Latin 7" more...
# CC 10-8 Bloodshot Bill - Squoodge Collectors Club 8 7" more...
# CC 10-7 Chris Almoada - My Name Is Chris 7" more...
# CC 10-6 Fia Sco & the Majestics - Peroxide Blonde 7" more...
# CC 10-5 Travis O Neill - Grapes Of Luvah 7" more...
# CC 10-4 Babe Miller & His Tear Droppin Fools - Lonely Women and Warm Red Wine 7" more...
# CC 10-3 Laser Mutants - Laser Mutants 7" more...
# CC 10-2 Gerrit & The Rock'n'Roll Stalinists - Eva Braun Ist Back In Town 7" more...
# CC 10-1 Bill Fadden & The Dangerous Curves - Wax & Wane 7" more...
Talking about Squoodge Records is not talking about the regular releases on the Berlin based Record Company. Squoodge Records is celebrating 10th anniversary this year. As a label which is synonymous with limited editions, the label founded a Squoodge Records Collectors Club. In 2015 they will release every single month one special seven inch, in an edition of 100 copies (plus a few testpressings per record), which are only available when you join the "Collectors Club". All releases (12 at all, for the dumb ones) are packed in a nice company sleeves (cardboard). The label policy is, as always, to be "different" in many ways, so Squoodge Records is a warm bed for many stiles and so the Collector Club releases reflect that policy one by one. Here you will find Garage, Punk, Rock'n'Roll, 60's, Beat, Rockabilly... and many more in a row. ... However, very nice idea by Squoodge Records to celebrate the anniversary this way and even when not every release is everyones taste, if you are a collector of modern releases this club is a bit of a MUST. 100 copies per release, all handnumbered and handlabeled, one off company sleeves and a lots of different music – sometimes a pleasure, sometimes a challenge... (Mad House Jump, 4-2015)
In diesem Jahr feiert das Berliner Squoodge-Label sein 10jähriges Bestehen. Die Firma hat sich von Beginn an auf Vinyl-Veröffentlichungen spezialisiert und brilliert regelmäßig mit hochklassigen Pressungen und interessanten Verpackungen. Zum Jubiläum haben sich die Macher etwas ganz Besonderes ausgedacht. In jedem Monat wird eine Vinyl-Single veröffentlicht, mit ganz unterschiedlicher Musik, manchmal ein Vergnügen, manchmal eine Herausforderung. Alle Singles werden nur in einer Auflage von 100 Stück gepresst, einige in farbigem Vinyl. Die Hüllengestaltung auf festem Karton ist einheitlich, lediglich in einem Kasten unten rechts sind die Daten der entsprechenden Single eingedruckt. Die Seriennummer wird von Hand gestempelt. Die Etiketten sind ebenfalls einheitlich gestaltet, man kann anhand des Labels nicht erkennen, um welche Aufnahmen es sich handelt. Auch hier also geht die Firma ganz neue Wege. Die Singles sind nicht einzeln zu erwerben, man muss dem "Squoodge Records Collectors Club" beitreten und bekommt dann jeden Monat die neueste Single oder jedes Vierteljahr drei. Viele Bands haben speziell für diese Serie neue Songs produziert. (H.-Günther Hartig, Rock'n'Roll Musikmagazin, N° 222, 4/2015)
Squoodge Records out of Berlin celebrated their 10th anniversary this year in splendid style by releasing a series of (very) limited 7"s via the Squoodge record club, the final 2 singles turned up this week and what a pair of beauties they are ! The last to be released will probably send all of the Billy Childish fanatics into some form of collective frenzy as it's the Pop Rivets 'John Peel Session' from 29th Jan 1980...A beautiful item I'll admit, pressed in swirled purple vinyl and at just a 100 copies, it's sure that an example or 2 will no doubt appear on Ebay fetching silly money at some point. Another in the series that will have collectors salivating all over the place is the Marcel Bontempi 7", again a lovely, swirled vinyl edition of a 100, numbered copies featuring 2 previously unheard tracks, 'Mambo Jazz' with 'My Father's Grave on the flipside....very nice indeed. Other releases in the series saw Trixie Trainwreck paired with Rev Beatman, Bloodshot Bill had a release to himself as did Bill Fadden & The Dangerous curves (more news about Bill Fadden later) and the 7" from Fia Sco & The Majestics certainly was a new one on me, pleasantly so....The other releases were by King Salami, The Laser Mutants, Gerritt & The RnR Stalinists, Travis O'Neill, Chris Almoada, Babe Miller & His Tear Droppin' Fools....A decent clutch of very desirable vinyl by anyones standards ! (http://darrenross101.blogspot.de)