PANDEMIC 4-PACK AVAILABLE NOW !!
NEOS - "Fight With Donald" (1982-83) 7" EP
PINK STEEL - “Here We Go Again” 7” MEGA LONG EP (1981)
SUDDEN IMPACT - “Freaked Out” 7” EP (1984)
CULTURE SHOCK - “Forever + Ever (+ Ever)” 7” EP (1982)
Victoria’s pioneers of hyperactive speed-punk, critically acclaimed as one of the very first of their kind. As lead-up to our soon to be released “Three Teens Hellbent On Speed” discography LP, Supreme Echo presents this 25th anniversary reissue from the original John Golden stampers. Blistering fast, raw and wild Canadian hardcore insanity recorded 1982-83. 18 songs, including “Sleeve” which is the only recording to reappear on their upcoming LP, maintaining this EP as a rather unique collection. Housed in its original multi-panel fold-over cover which folds out into a 14” x 21” collage poster. SE38. We also plan (weight permitting), to offer this EP at a combo price with our upcoming Neos "The Teens Hellbent On Speed" 12" LP.
Pink Steel were a staple of the Victoria BC music scene 1979-83, playing alongside the Infamous Scientists, Neos, Nomeansno and more. Their sound was powerful, earnest and original punk rock unlike other groups — they had seven members and showed great dexterity with varied compositions. This carefully remastered mega-long EP contains all 6 songs from their two 7”s reissued for the first time since 1981. Power-pop, rocker, punk — all packed with hooks, melody, and high energy! Includes a generous 16 page booklet full of photos and their story all housed in a deluxe close pocket sleeve. 500 copies. SE32
Canada’s largest city — Toronto was fertile ground for a burgeoning new hardcore scene taking root in the early ‘80s with YYY and Direct Action leading the way. Surrounding suburbs soon followed and a group of young skate-punks named Sudden Impact emerged to become one of the greatest of all. Revered as a crown jewel of early TOHC, this carefully remastered 10 song debut demo is on vinyl for the very first time. Fast and furious hardcore skate punk from 1984! Includes a generous 16 page booklet full of photos, art, and their story all housed in a deluxe close pocket sleeve. 500 copies. SE33
Vancouver mod punks worshipping the Buzzcocks! Initially gigging as The Zoo back in 1979, they changed their name to Culture Shock and issued one solemn 7” in 1983, now one of the rarest in Canadian punk history. This carefully remastered deluxe EP contains their entire 6 song Mushroom Studio session issued for the first time on vinyl. Hearftelt melodic punk rock with an endearing underlying naïveté. Includes a detailed 8 page booklet with rare photos and their story all housed in a deluxe close pocket sleeve. 500 copies. SE35