12.02.2013 01:37 PM

The greatest early Canadian punk rock singles

I own all but a couple.  You?

13 Comments

  1. Pierre says:

    I’m just thinking that an early Canadian punk list wouldn’t be complete without the Dayglo Abortions, unless ’79 is too late to be “early” even though the list parameters include ’76 – ’82. The album “Out of the Womb” came out in ’81 – just sayin’…

    As an aside, only Teenage Head remains in my collection due to, um, purging – but I have fond memories of seeing the Viletones.

    Also, no SFH? I guess that came a little later.

  2. Simon says:

    Hey Warren, I put this thing together and you have the best score I’ve seen so far. Let me know if there are Ugly Pop reissues of any you don’t have and I’ll hook you up.

  3. Les Smith says:

    No singles, but I have Da Slyme’s double album.

  4. Gerry Vanderburgh says:

    What about Demics – (I wanna go to)New York City

  5. Eric Weiss says:

    D.O.A., Teenage Head and Subhumans. Hot Nasties if re-issues count.

  6. nez1 says:

    World War III.
    Gimme chances, I’m gonna take ’em
    Gimme rules, I’m gonna break ’em
    Awesumness.

  7. Darren says:

    I owned number 3, but didn’t get custody in the divorce.

    🙂

    Oh well, a guy can dream…

  8. steve says:

    Demics Rule

  9. Brendan Kane says:

    My brother had a copy of number 30, with both covers. I sold it for him on Ebay
    http://www.popsike.com/Gentlemen-Of-Horror-Canadian-punk-KBD-Both-Covers/250853253933.html

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