Published Feb 28, 2014If you're looking for a mega-dose of North Vancouver punk history, you're in for a treat. Long-gone unit d.b.s. have just dug up pretty well their entire discography and put it on Bandcamp, and it's all available now at a pay-what-you-want price point.
Tracing their evolution from braces- and mohawk-sporting teens to young men, the releases run from the power chord-heavy pop punk of early '90s demo tapes Lighten Up, Catch 22 and Break It, to the "Snowball" slinging, striped shirt-era full-length debut Tales from the Crib and the North America Sucks split with Anti Flag, to the polyrhythmic emo finale If Life Were a Result, We'd All Be Dead.
If you want to close things out proper, the band have also included a live set of their final performance, held at suburban punk Mecca Seylynn Hall in 2001.
You can check it all out over here.