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Spoon Records

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Spoon Records

Spoon Records
Founded 1979
Genre independent
Country of origin Germany

Spoon Records is an independent record label managed by Hildegard Schmidt, wife of keyboard player Irmin Schmidt, since 1979, on which music by the krautrock band Can and its members has been released and re-released. It takes its name from the song Spoon on Can's Ege Bamyasi album.

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