|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Locate Subvert Terminate - The Complete Murder Inc.||19||Audio||1999||Invisible|
|3||Murder Inc.||9||Audio||1992||Devotion (2)|
|6||Murder Inc.||10||Audio||1993||Futurist (2)|
|7||Murder Inc.||9||Audio||1992||Devotion (2)|
|8||Mania / Murder Inc.||2||Audio||1992||Invisible|
|12||Murder Inc.||3||Audio||Devotion (2)|
|14||Mania / Murder Inc.||2||Audio||1992||Invisible|
|15||Murder Inc.||9||Audio||1992||Devotion (2)|
Following the troubled recording of Killing Joke's [r=314202], Martin Atkins invited the other members, [a=Geordie Walker] and [a=Paul Raven] - excluding vocalist [a=Jaz Coleman] -, two former KJ members, [a='Big' Paul Ferguson] and [a=John Bechdel], and [a=Chris Connelly], with whom he'd worked as part of [a=Ministry]/[a=Pigface], to join him and record an album for his [l=Invisible] label as Murder Inc. While much was made of the fact that the band featured two of the most renowned drummers of the post-punk scene playing together in one band, their output failed to set the world alight.
The group gradually fell apart and Geordie began working with [a=Youth] and Coleman once more and recorded [r=314042] and [r=169422] with the reformed Killing Joke, before the band fell apart again. The Murder Inc. idea was partially revived in Atkin's [r=167933] project, again featuring Connelly and Walker, a project that survived Walker's return, once again, to Killing Joke to record [r=218258].