We are set to re-release 2 of AMP Magazine's "top five Canadian punk albums of all time”. In the coming weeks we will be releasing remastered versions of Hardcore '81 and Something Better Change.


Hardcore 81 - CD and LP

30th Anniversary Limited Edition 12 “ Blue Vinyl
1000 Copies Only
Restored to Original State
Includes 22’ x 33” original Hardcore 81 Poster

 

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D.O.A.
Unknown
Slumlord
Musical Interlude
I Don’t Give a Shit
M.C.T.F.D.
Communication Breakdown
001 Loser’s Club
Fucked Up Baby
The Kenny Blister Song
Smash The State
My Old man’s a Bum
Bloodsucker Baby
Waiting For You

“Between Something Better Change and Hardcore 81, you pretty well have two of the top five Canadian punk albums of all time” – AMP MAGAZINE

This is it! The godfather of hardcore from D.O.A., Canada’s legendary punk pioneers. This is the album that popularized and pushed the term ‘hardcore” into the common vernacular. For Hardcore 81’s 30th Anniversary we have restored D.O.A’s blistering second album to its original state and released it as a limited edition 12” blue vinyl disc. As well we have restored the original poster that came with the album, it’s a 22” x 33’ poster showing that great line up of Joey Shithead, Chuck Biscuits, Randy Rampage and Dave Gregg in action…indeed the Men of Action.

Something Better Change - CD and LP

30th Anniversary Limited Edition 12 “Green Vinyl
1000 Copies Only
Restored to Original State
Includes the Two Original Inserts
CD has a new 12 page booklet full of photos and posters


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New Age
The Enemy
2+2
Get Out of My Life
Woke Up Screaming
Last Night
Thirteen
Great White Hope
The Prisoner
Rich Bitch
Take a Chance
Whatcha Gonna Do?
World War 3
and the hidden bonus track
New Wave Sucks

We have gone back in time and restored one of punk’s seminal albums, Something Better Change and released it on limited edition green vinyl. You also get original the lyric sheet insert and the original foldout insert with pics of Joey Shithead, Chuck Biscuits, Randy Rampage and Dave Gregg. For D.O.A.’s first album’s 30th anniversary we have released it simultaneously with its companion album Hardcore 81.

“Between Something Better Change and Hardcore 81, you pretty well have two of the top five Canadian punk albums of all time” – AMP MAGAZINE

Click here to order your copies today!