The Subhumans ‎– Incorrect Thoughts - 1980 Vancouver Hardcore Punk - Original LP + Insert

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The Subhumans ‎– Incorrect Thoughts

Friends Records ‎– FR 008
Vinyl, LP, Album

Record is VG+ VG++ has some light wear (listen to our copy)

Cover is VG+ VG++ has light cornerwear and ringwear (see our pic)

Record comes in generic plastic inner sleeve, includes insert VG+ VG++ (see our pic)

Lyric insert
Thick cardboard outer sleeve printed black inside



A1 Big Picture 2:12
A2 Dead At Birth 3:05
A3 Firing Squad 3:06
A4 We're Alive 1:30
A5 Urban Guerrillas 3:13
A6 The Scheme 3:17
A7 War In The Head 3:08


B1 Model Of Stupidity 2:32
B2 Death To The Sickoids 1:50
B3 New Order 2:45
B4 Slave To My Dick 2:40
B5 Refugee 3:33
B6 Greaser Boy 3:18
B7 Let's Go Down To Hollywood (And Shoot People) 4:00


Companies, etc.

Produced At – Ocean Sound Studio
Lacquer Cut At – The Lacquer Channel Limited


Bass – Gerry Useless
Design [Album] – Bob Mercer
Drums – Jim Imagawa
Engineer – Dick Drake
Guitar – Mike Graham
Lacquer Cut By – nc
Management – David Spaner
Other [Closing Credit] – Bob Montgomery
Photography By [Back Cover Photos] – Bev. Davies*, Eric Foto
Photography By [Front Cover Photo] – ORAF*
Producer – Dick Drake, The Subhumans
Vocals – Wimpy Roy


All songs © 1978, 1979, 1980
Produced at Ocean Sound Studio, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

Rights Society: CAPAC
Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): FR008A TLC-T nc 3811 A R
Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): 3811 B FR008B TLC-T nc

"The Subhumans from Vancouver were formed in 1978 by Brian "Wimpy" Goble (vocals), Mike Graham (guitar), Gerry Hannah (bass) and Ken "Dimwit" Montgomery (drums). Shortly after their first single, Dimwit departed and was replaced by Koichi "Jim" Imagawa. This album was released via Friends Records and is decorated with fourteen flowers that smell very intensive and move through your nose up to the brain to trigger pleasant vibrations, a superb perfume! Afterwards, Hannah & Imagawa departed and were replaced by Ron Allan (bass) and Randy Bowman (drums). The new line-up signed with SST Records and recorded the "No Wishes, No Prayers" record in 1982. However, at the end of 1982, just prior to the record's release, the group split when Brian Goble left the band to join D.O.A. - On December 7, 2014, Brian Goble suffered a fatal heart attack" , ( Blogland)

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Condition Used
Format LP
Label Friends Records
Color Black