3 tests. (We never recieved ours from Underestimated Records. Neither did the band. Shitty. Fuck Anton.)


1st pressing: 100 on red vinyl. Insert is different than the other pressings.


1st pressing: 50 on black vinyl with spraypaint stenciled cover and folded insert.


1st pressing: 650 on black vinyl with regular cover.


2nd pressing: 50 on black vinyl with folded cover (regular covers are glue pockets). New insert says "2nd press".


2nd pressing: 250 on black vinyl with regular cover.


3rd pressing: 700 on black vinyl with regular cover. Insert says "3rd press".


4th pressing: 260 on black vinyl with regular cover. Insert says "4th press".


4th pressing: 40 on black vinyl with last show cover. This is a double 7" which includes both the "...Are a Total Wreck" 7" and the "2nd EP" 7". Insert says "4th press". Also comes with a "farewell" insert from the band.


FR09: Formaldehyde Junkies - ...Are a Total Wreck 7" [September 2005]

Yet another amazing debut release! This time we bring you the Formaldehyde Junkies from the Twin Cities. You know how some of those early 80s bands like Minor Threat, Negative Approach, the Fix, and Jerry's Kids had that capacity to create music that was simultaneously raw as fuck, mad as hell, and yet so fucking catchy that you've had their songs stuck in your head for over 20 years now? Formaldehyde Junkies have that same ability. This band features ex-members of Damage Deposit and Any Last Words, yet will instantly leave a far greater impression than any of their ex-bands ever could have. This band is no joke. They're no revivalists, they just know good music and they know how to bring it to the kids that get that same itch scratched by bands like Career Suicide and Direct Control. This is one record you won't want to sleep on.
(1st and 2nd pressings - split release with Underestimated Records)

track listing:
1. Road Hazard
2. Shitty Life
3. Poison Control
4. Total Wreck
5. Nuke the Frats
6. Repressed