Alarma Records
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Parent companyNewpax, Frontline
Founded1983 (1983)
FounderDaniel Amos, Tom Howard
Distributor(s)Frontline Records
GenreAlternative Christian music, various
Country of originUnited States

Alarma Records was an imprint of Newpax Records and Frontline Records. Alarma! Records and Tapes was formed in 1983 by the band Daniel Amos with musician Tom Howard for the release of their Doppelgänger album.[1] The name of the label comes from the band's 1981 album ¡Alarma!.

It was reformed by the Frontline Music Group in the late 1980s.[2]

Artists

  • afewloosescrews
  • Altar Boys
  • Daniel Amos
  • Dead Artist Syndrome
  • Dr. Edward Daniel Taylor
  • Edin-Ådahl
  • Rick Elias
  • Every Day Life
  • Hoglund Band
  • Jacob's Trouble
  • Lifesavers
  • Mad at the World
  • Michael Knott
  • Mortal
  • Poor Old Lu
  • Scaterd Few
  • Shades of Blue
  • The Swirling Eddies
  • Terry Scott Taylor
  • White Frogs
  • Walk on Water
    • Intense Records
      1. ^ Quincy Smith-Newcomb. "Daniel Amos | Daniel Amos". TodaysChristianMusic.com. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
      2. ^ Songwriter's Market - Google Books. Retrieved May 29, 2013 – via Google Books.


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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/!Alarma!_Records