Punk label from Victorville, California, USA that ran from 1991 to 1994. Signal Sound Systems Records was established in 1991 in Victorville, California. Owned by Greg "McDeath" McWhorter who now owns Artifix Records. Signal Sound Systems Records (also known as SSSR for short) got it's name from a combination of Signal Productions (which started in 1983) and the song "Sound System" from ska-punk band Operation Ivy. Signal Productions was created by Greg McWhorter as a means by which to communicate with other area punk rockers and as a vehicle by which to throw shows and put out a fanzine, Disturbed Minds. Signal Productions had started a cassette-tape only label in 1983 called C.U.R.S.E. (Casual Utterances by Really Spiteful Extremists) Tapes which was modeled after BCT (Bad Compilation Tapes -San Diego) Tapes. Greg McWhorter even did the original artwork for two BCT Tapes releases; Tropical Viruses I & II (1985).
Signal Sound Systems Records focused on releasing material by new punk bands that existed around the early 1990s in the Southern California punk rock scene.