Subhumans death was too kind

$100.00

Subhumans - Death Was Too Kind (EP)

Format: 12"
Label: Quintessence QEP 1202
Year: 1979
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: punk
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Value of Original Title: $100.00
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Release Type: 12"
Websites:  No
Playlist: Top 1000 Canadian Albums of All Time, British Columbia, 1970's, Canadian Punk

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Death Was Too Kind
Fuck You

Side 2

Track Name
Inquisition Day
Slave to My Dick

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Subhumans - Death Was Too Kind (EP)

Subhumans death was too kind

Death Was Too Kind (EP)

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Information/Write-up

first 12" E.P. entitled "The Subhumans" but known as the "Death was too kind" E.P. Features the legendary song "Fuck You" which has been covered by fellow Vancouverites D.O.A. as well as the speed metal band Overkill. It was recorded at Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver and was engineered by a young Bob Rock, now famous for his work with Metallica and other mainstream bands. Produced by the Subhumans and Sgt. Rock. Features the famous album cover with four guys in aviator suits by Ted Thomas and the Subhumans.

Wimpy Roy (aka Brian "Sunny Boy Roy" Goble): lead vocals
Gerry Useless (aka Gerry Hannah): bass, background vocals
Jim Imagawa (aka Koichi Imagawa): drums, background shouts
Mike Graham (aka Mike Normal): guitar, background shouts

Shortly after the release of this 12", Gerry Hannah quit the band, sold his guitar and became an urban-guerilla. He spent five years in prison in the beginning of the 80's for bombing a nuclear-warhead plant in Toronto and a dam that threatened the environment in B.C..

Art Direction by Eli Productions

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