Maverick Canadian punk rockers the Subhumans (never to end up being confused using the Uk Subhumans) formed about the initial primary of vocalist Brian Goble (aka Wimpy Roy), guitarist Mike Graham, drummer Ken Montgomery (aka Dimwit), and bass participant Gerry Hannah (aka Gerry Useless) in the traditional western town of Vancouver, using their initial show in July 1, 1978, the same calendar year they released their initial single, “Loss of life towards the Sickoids.” Montgomery still left the group the next calendar year and was changed by Jim Imagawa, who added to both band’s self-titled EP and its own legendary Wrong Thoughts LP. Their 1981 follow-up, Simply no Wishes, Simply no Prayers, noticed the departure of Imagawa and Hannah, producing room for brand-new bassist Ron Allan and third drummer Randy Bowman. The brand new lineup was short-lived, nevertheless, as the music group broke up the next calendar year. The group re-formed in 1995 to market the “best-of” collection Pissed Off…with JUSTIFICATION!, and once again in 2006 for an all-new studio room record, New Dark Age group Parade. The last mentioned record, released on Choice Tentacles, saw primary associates Goble, Graham, and Hannah back again together again, curved out by drummer Jon Cards (SNFU, D.O.A.). Reunited, the group discovered increasing demand because of its 1st recording in CD type, so Substitute Tentacles attempt to re-release Wrong Thoughts. However, inside a unusual twist of destiny, the original people of the music group found themselves struggling to demonstrate that they kept the rights towards the recording. Not attempting to go after the rights lawfully, the Subhumans documented a second edition of their debut, entitled Same Thoughts Different Day time, that was released this year 2010.