|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Scratching F.U.C.K On The Windshield||6||Audio||1985||Vuurland Records|
|2||House Of Mourning||9||Audio||1990||Luftmensch|
Hedda Gabler is the name of a Dutch 1980s rock-noir band. Hedda Gabler's main original recorded works were self-released on vinyl:
Scratching F.U.C.K on the Windshield (Vuurland-009, 1985)
Mudhoney (Skeltone-001, 1987)
House of Mourning (Luftmensch-001, 1990).
The band Hedda Gabler received critical acclaim, notably the Dutch music journalist Swie Tio rated the band's output highly in his annual Top Ten lists, and the BBC DJ John Peel frequently featured the earlier Hedda Gabler tracks on his radio shows. Despite of this, the self-released albums were only sold in minor quantities, and have become collectors items. From the latter album House of Mourning the song 'Eating the Lion' (as a non-distributed single and a videoclip played on MTV) became a minor cult hit. In 2001 the band released their first CD compilation, entitled Layers (xtinct-001).