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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
For the most part, Americans were woefully ignorant of the absolutely explosive and also really fresh and varied Vancouver, Canada, punk scene of 1978-1981, which was easily the best, most fun, and most creative scene in all of North America then after L.A. and San Francisco faltered of any kind, punk or otherwise. It being a more open-minded period of just what punk was or could be, harsh electronic nutcases such as the UJ3RK5 and hard-power-popsters Pointed Sticks could all happily share the bill with such guitar-pounding legends as the original D.O.A. and Canadian Subhumans. Of course, modern Northwest Canadian bands are aware of this rich legacy, as are the vets from ...
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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
For the most part, Americans were woefully ignorant of the absolutely explosive and also really fresh and varied Vancouver, Canada, punk scene of 1978-1981, which was easily the best, most fun, and most creative scene in all of North America then after L.A. and San Francisco faltered of any kind, punk or otherwise. It being a more open-minded period of just what punk was or could be, harsh electronic nutcases such as the UJ3RK5 and hard-power-popsters Pointed Sticks could all happily share the bill with such guitar-pounding legends as the original D.O.A. and Canadian Subhumans. Of course, modern Northwest Canadian bands are aware of this rich legacy, as are the vets from just below the border in Seattle, so here's a great tribute CD to that era, with some of the also terrific Eastern Canada bands of the time such as the Viletones and Teenage Head feted too though there's no Diodes track!, even though, being 3,000 miles away, the connection was minimal then. Best of all, the selections here prove that the artists know their stuff, as practically all the original releases are long out of print, and very expensive! The best things are the Tonics' loving recreation of the K-Tels' later Young Canadians "I Hate Music," one of a few selections here from the super-rare like the spotted Dodo, incredible scene-document Vancouver Complication compilation; the Young Fresh Fellows trying on punk-shoes for a smash-up of D.O.A.'s debut 7" single "Disco Sucks"; the Fastbacks chunking up the Modernettes' "Won't Have to Worry"; and Bum's churning, spitting look at the Viletones' two-chord mania "Screaming Fist" 7." Whether you know the originals or not probably you won't, this is a great modern punk record, period.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/15/1996
  • Label: LANCE ROCK
  • UPC: 751707901922
  • Catalog Number: 19

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Top Down
  2. 2 Screaming Fist
  3. 3 Fuck You
  4. 4 I Hate Music
  5. 5 Disco Sucks
  6. 6 What Do You Want Me to Do
  7. 7 Fun While It Lasts - Al Perry
  8. 8 Won't Have to Worry - Fastbacks
  9. 9 I Don't Love You
  10. 10 I Can't Puke
  11. 11 Eisenhower & The Hippies
  12. 12 I Don't Give a Shit
  13. 13 Now I Ain't Got No Face
  14. 14 American Bandstand
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Fastbacks Track Performer
The Young Fresh Fellows Track Performer
The Smugglers Track Performer
Supersnazz Track Performer
Al Perry Track Performer
Lord High Fixers Track Performer
Teengenerate Track Performer
The Onyas Track Performer
Bum Track Performer
Evaporators Track Performer
Tonics Track Performer
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