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Neos (2)End All Discrimination

Label:Alandhiscar Records – AL 105
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Hardcore, Punk

Tracklist

A1Illiterates
A2Fascist Rule
A3E's
A4No Tyme 4 Romance
A5School Punks
A6Kill The Burnouts
B1Churchgoers' Motive
B2Goodbye 4 Life / Scared To Die
B3Racist Act
B4Life Sentence
B5Don't Want To Be
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Notes

500 copies pressed. Most with yellow or green PS.
7"x14" double-sided lyrics insert.

Rhythm tracks recorded in Steve's basement on September 11, 1981.
Vocals recorded at the Vancouver st. house on December 22, 1981.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 4164-A QUESTIONING THE VALUE OF MONOTONOUS EXISTENCE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 4164 B EDUCATION AND REASON - NOT VIOLENCE

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End All Discrimination (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Cover)Alandhiscar RecordsAL 105Canada1982

Reviews

  • buddysrecords's avatar
    buddysrecords
    Edited 5 years ago
    " 12 very gnarly, very short (exception bein' the epic "Kill The Burnouts") teeth grinders from a Canuck trio intent on wrappin' every note & chord in barbed wire before rollin' it in fields o' livin' mud. Garbled schreechin' greatness. "
    review by Byron Coley, from Take It ! #6, Brighton, MA 1982.
    " Some of the fastest, most chaotic noise ever from this 3-piece from Canada...
    12 tracks in all without ever getting boring... theres no scene whatsoever where these kids hail from, but their basement must be a wild place to be... support this.
    review by Jimmy Johnson, Forced Exposure #4 Watertown, MA 1982.
    " This record is composed of violent outbursts of unleased noise moving at twice the speed of light. Sounds like they tried for the rawest production or they lied and recorded this in an outhouse. Hot stuff and only 500 pressed so get it NOW.
    review by Al (or) Abbie, from Straight Edge #2, NY 1982.
    • BillSwingo's avatar
      BillSwingo
      These young Canadians were off to a good start with their debut, a blunderbuss of youthful enthusiasm and maybe even a bit of ADD if I am not mistaken. High speed and high energy with a sense of humor just beneath the surface. One might consider these lads the Gang Green of the Great white North, (though the Neos probably used less drugs.)

      One year and one release later, these Vancouver stalwarts achieved the penultimate pinnacle of perfection with "Hassiban Gets The martian Brain Squeeze." Long live the teenage thrash band!

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