The first band signed to the label was Diatribe, followed by 16 Volt and Clay People. All of which helped to define the "Re-Con" sound of heavy guitars over electronics with vocalists who didn’t over process their voices. Chase adhered to this blueprint throughout much of the label's existence.
The top selling release on his label was "Shut Up Kitty", the first domestic Industrial dance cover song compilation. This would help to inspire other compilations, notably 21st Circuitry's Newer Wave and Newer Wave 2.0 releases. Other unique industrial cover song releases that predated the popularity of this trend included "Operation Beat Box" (covers of Hip Hop songs), "TV Terror - Felching a Dead Horse" (a 2 CD compilation featuring covers of Television theme songs), "CyberPunk Fiction" (A satirical spoof of the Pulp Fiction soundtrack) and "Nod's Tacklebox O' Fun" (assorted pop hits).
Re-Constriction Records folded in 1999 after having released approximately 40 records. While running Re-Constriction, Chase founded, owned and ran a compilation-only label called If It Moves... which featured Torture Tech Overdrive, The Cyberflesh Conspiracy, Rivet Head Culture and Scavengers in the Matrix. The Cyberflesh Conspiracy featured the first and only song that Stabbing Westward released on CD prior to being signed to a major label, while Rivet Head Culture was notable for popularizing the term "rivet head" (a descriptor for fans of industrial dance music) and featuring a song by Raw Dog, an unreleased side-project by Ogre and Dave Ogilvie of Skinny Puppy.