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Pointed Sticks - What Do You Want Me To Do? b/w Somebody's Mom

Format: 45
Label: Quintessence Records QS 101
Year: 1978
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: punk
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Value of Original Title: $50.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: Top 1000 Canadian Singles of All Time, 1970's, Punk Room, British Columbia

Tracks

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What Do You Want Me To Do?
Somebody's Mom

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Information/Write-up

These early Vancouver punks released some pretty great records over their short career, but this 1978 debut will probably remain the classic 45 they'll be best known for. Nothing fancy, art-damaged or vicious here, just two near-perfect blasts of loud, snappy, melodic punk that's inspired countless bands since. Certainly not the rarest or most obscure record, but one that deserves to be readily available to anyone with a taste for quality punk rock singles.

This is undoubtedly Vancouver's best power pop/ punk release of all time - original pressing on the Quintessence label came in a quantity of 1,000 copies, it was issued in five different colours: yellow, orange, magenta, pink and lime green.

buy the single from Canada's best re-issue label - Ugly Pop Records -
here: http://uglypop.bigcartel.com/product/pointed-sticks-what-do-you-want-me-to-do-45-and-bureaucrats-feel-the-pain-45

Nick Jones: vocals
Tony Bardach: bass
Bill Napier Hemy: guitars
Ian Tiles: drums

Produced by Bob Rock and the Pointed Sticks

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