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|Name:||Flying Tart Records|
|[none]||The Throes||I Like To Eat Fish (7”)||1994|
|[none]||Joe Christmas||Coupleskate (7”)||1995|
|[none]||Plague of Ethyls||Abandonded ep (7”)||1995|
|TART 1001||Scaterd Few||Out of the Attic||1994|
|TART 1005||Breakfast with Amy||Live at the Hawleywould Bowl||1995|
|TART 1008||Fluffy||Sugar Pistol||1995|
|TART 1010||Various Artists||Live Long and Perspire – Sub Tart Vol. 1||1995|
|TART 1011||Spy Glass Blue||Spy Glass Blue (7”)||1995|
|TART 1021.5||Splendora||Bootleg Pre–release Version||1996|
|[none]||Various Artists||4 Songs About Motorcycles (7”)||1995|
|LDD9992||Various Artists||Sweet Family Music (Tribute to Stryper)||1996|
|LDD9995||Various Artists||Fluffy vs. Phantasmic||1996|
|LDD9997||The Huntingtons||Sweet Sixteen||1996|
|FTD 5248||Duraluxe||Rock Music with Singing||1997|
|51416 1258-2||Six Feet Deep||The Road Less Traveled||1996|
|51416 5242-2||Various Artists||Starball Contribution||1996|
|51416 5243-2||The Julies||Lovelife||1996|
|51416 5244-2||Left Out||Pride Kills||1996|
|51416 5245-2||Various Artists||Christmas in Heaven||1996|
|51416 5253-2||One-21||In the Year King Uzziah Died||1997|
|51416 5254-2||Situation Tabboo||Digitalis||1997|
|51416 5272-2||The Huntingtons||The Only One EP||1997|
|51416 5286-2||The Huntingtons||Fun and Games||1997|
|51416 1290-2||Phantasmic||I Light Up Your Life||1998|
|51416 1309-2||Circle of Dust||Disengage||1998|
|51416 1393-2||Left Out||Serve Self||1998|
|51416 1366-2||Various Artists||God-Core Chronicles Volume I & 2||1998|
|51416 5439-2||Sixpence None the Richer||Collage: A Portrait of Their Best||1998|
|[unreleased]||Various Artists||Flying Tart Salutes The Bat City Rollers|
|[unreleased]||Breakfast With Amy||Green J*llo With Oatmeal (7”)|
|[unreleased]||The Huntingtons||Rockets to Ramonia|
|[unreleased]||Scaterd Few||[glow in the dark record]|
Six Feet Deep's The Road Less Traveled album was originally released by R.E.X. Music, while Flying Tart licensed it for general market release. Flying Tart changed the cover without the band's knowledge and they were horrified. Matt Traxler is rumored to have said “It looks like something I'd make fun of”.
There were many announced albums that never came to be: a One-21 live album, a The Huntingtons Rock 'n Roll Radio ep (that was eventually released in a few different ways down the road), and a Joe Christmas release.
Dig Hay Zoose did a demo for Flying Tart as well. It is on their Facebook site.
Rumor is that a popular ska band did a demo with Flying Tart before they got signed.