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|Founded||April 1, 1999|
|Country of origin||United States|
Ipecac Recordings is an independent record label based in California. It was founded on April 1, 1999 by Greg Werckman (ex-label manager of Alternative Tentacles, ex-lead singer of Duh, ex-employee of Mercury Records and manager of Mike Patton) and Mike Patton (Faith No More, ex-Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Tomahawk, Peeping Tom and Mondo Cane) in Alameda, California.
Originally the label was created for the sole purpose of releasing the first Fantômas album. Currently they also distribute other artists like Melvins, Isis, and other of Patton's projects and collaborations.
Business practices 
Ipecac is distinguished from most labels (independent labels included) by their policy of signing bands to only one album contracts. Werckman claims that "when starting our label we decided that it did not feel right to “own” the artists on our label. Instead we would rent or license records from artists that we liked." 
"Lawyers or businesspeople call us morons for only doing one-record deals," Werckman scoffs. "They say, 'You're not really anything, then.' Well, we like our catalogue. We like the records we put out. Our bands aren't rushing away. Our job isn't to own any artist. We're here to put out the art that people create."
Low overhead and no video or promotional cost partnered with very little distribution costs allow for hearty royalties "Every six months I send those guys royalty checks," Werckman says. "It's great. It's the way it should be. Even bands that are very successful — when they get royalty checks from us, they're stunned."
Artists released on Ipecac Recordings 
See also 
- Ipecac Recordings Interview [M3 Event]
- David Downs (2007-01-17). "Orinda's Noise Vomitorium". East Bay Express. Retrieved 2007-05-26.
- Ryan Koesuma (2003-06-04). "Interview with Greg Werckman from Ipecac Records". Death Rock Star: Interviews and Features. Retrieved 2007-05-26.