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|Good Life Recordings|
|Distributor(s)||RED, Revelation, Shellshock|
|Genre||Hardcore punk, metalcore, post-hardcore|
|Country of origin||Belgium|
|Official website|| www|
Good Life Recordings is a Belgian independent record label which was founded in 1996 by Edward Verhaeghe, who had been the lead vocalist of Nations on Fire. The label specializes in hardcore punk bands. It has released albums by the majority of the signed bands that are part of H8000. Between 2000 and 2003 Good Life made a deal with Trustkill Records to release limited picture discs and compilations of some of its bands.[ citation needed ]
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