Released in 1979, Young Canadian's Hawaii EP arrives on vinyl next month. Limited to 250 pressings, the 40th anniversary edition reissue will be available on clear orange vinyl. Likewise, Germs' 1993 anthology, the (MIA) double-LP, will be released on black and blue wax for its first-ever vinyl pressing.
See the label's statement below.
The long-out-of-print Hawaii EP from Vancouver's Young Canadians is being reissued on clear orange vinyl in a boutique pressing of only 250 copies. The Bob Rock-produced record includes all original artwork and an Easter egg insert
Additionally, in a worldwide debut, the Germs (MIA) hits vinyl for the very first time. The initial pressing of The Complete Anthology will consist of a two-LP set featuring black and blue vinyl with reverse labels. The package will also include the original liner notes.
Hawaii arrives in physical form on April 17 and (MIA) will be available on May 29.
Pre-order both records here, and see the label's announcement below.
Welcome Young Canadians to Porterhouse!— Porterhouse Records (@Porterhouse_Rec) March 17, 2020
The seminal "Hawaii" 12" EP is being re-issued on clear orange vinyl. Pre-orders are on at our site, only 250 copies pressed!
We have also released the band's EPs "Automan" & "This is Your Life" digitally, it's time to celebrate punkers! pic.twitter.com/AYZPKva4wH