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New Part In Town (1976) by Scenics, The

Scenics, The

New Part In Town (1976)
Supreme Echo

***Canadian Proto-Punk Pioneers! 10 songs (8 previously unreleased) from 1976 all meticulously remastered from the original analog tapes. 8-page booklet with story, artwork, photos. 500 copies. Includes a sticker. “A rich & diversely textured sound that encompassed art punk, garage rock, psychedelia and pop, all marked by a distinctly John Cale-esque appreciation of sound and jazz-influenced avant-garde flourishes.” – Paraphilia Magazine “New York had Talking Heads, and London XTC, but here was their equal in Toronto.” – Bob Mersereau, author of The Top 100 Canadian Albums “These underground icons merged Television’s guitar work, Big Star’s pop prowess, Pere Ubu’s dementia & the Ramones’ urgency.” – Jonathan Cummins, Montreal Mirror

LP $34.50


SE 61 

In the Summer - Studio Recordings 1977-78 by Scenics, The

Scenics, The

In the Summer - Studio Recordings 1977-78
Dream Tower

***The Scenics didn’t play by the punk rules of the day. Their wild creativity meant any Scenics performance was an adventure... In the summer of 1976 Andy Meyers, fresh out of High School, and Ken Badger, working at the local music store, met and started The Scenics. After hearing their first studio recordings, legendary Toronto promoters The Garys immediately slid them onto Talking Heads’ September 1977 show. Featuring 12 studio recordings from 1977-78, remastered by Joby Baker. Liner notes by Last Pogo director Colin Brunton. We have the last copies from the trios’ own Canadian pressing on Dream Tower Records. 12” black vinyl LP with download card. Recommended for fans of Pere Ubu, MX-80 Sound, Television, and other kings of the lesser-trodden proto-punk path! “In 1977 New York had Talking Heads, England XTC, but here was their equal in Toronto” Bob Mersereau, CBC.

LP $24.50


DT 10