V/A: Procrastination Youth "A San Pedro Compilation" 1983-1988 (CASS+BKLT)

V/A: Procrastination Youth "A San Pedro Compilation" 1983-1988 (CASS+BKLT)

Water Under the Bridge Records

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Marketed by Water Under the Bridge Records

S.A.D. Cassettes 
30 Year Anniversary Reissue


40  songs


01. In Pedro (Live) 
02. Marina Anthem (Live) 
03. S&M (Live) 
04. Tye-Dye Nightmare


05. Land of the Lost 
06. John Wayne Allen 
07. Yentl 
08. Cretin Trait 
09. Dark Wind (Live)


10. I Want Czeez 
11. Fuck Me 
12. Ants 
13. Meldo 
14. Dark Wind (Live)


15. Circuit Maniac 
16. Cube or Two 
17. Life In the Board and Care 
18. Gourami


19. Lies 
20. Party Song 
21. Halfway Dead 
22. Shoe Box

DIG IT ...

23. Marlboro Man 
24. Money Addict 
25. McDonald's 
26. Whale of A Town 
27. Chickersized


28. Showbizadora 
29. Labels Interchangeable 
30. Monkey Chair 
31. Tow Sawyer's Got Cancer 
32. Idiot Savant


33. Timo Anthem 
34. Lustful Loser 
35. Claw 
36. Pit or Poodle? 
37. Rise and Shine 
38. Bongs Not Bombs 
39. Buddha Song 
40. Piletto


Mastered by RICK PUGLIESE at the Hippie Crash Pad in Pedro 
Cover self-portrait by JOHN HROZA

Remastered by Dave Eck at Lucky Lacquers, 2017.


Here it is — a small dose of the latter Pedro backyard kegger-party bands of the eighties (1983-1987). Compiled here are most if not all of the party bands of that era that played the backyard party circuit and dealt with the animosity from the surfers, jocks and wannabe gangsters.

Punk rock was definitely not accepted during this time in our small town, or anywhere else for that matter. Anything different or out of the norm was definitely not accepted and basically hated on. The early punk rockers definitely took a lot of shit, some more than others.

These bands dodged spit wads and minor threats from numerous assholes and still managed to rock these backyard parties — igniting a burly stew of pricks engaging in a circle pit of swinging fists, elbows, a bit of tackling/grappling and dancing feet. Regardless, I always managed to have a blast and towards the end of the night, I looked forward to witnessing the confrontation between the drunk teenagers who didn't want the "fun" to end, and the cops who would always arrive early to harass us and end the night's festivities.

I came up with the idea to document these bands while working at SST Records in 1987. After a crash course in cut and paste (traditional style layout), I was inspired to put together a cassette compilation of my friends' bands which would also include a booklet of pictures, credits, lyrics, etc. All the bands were stoked to be on the comp. I knew this material would never be released so I felt like it was up to me to release it, for the moment and for posterity reasons, too. I came up with the fictitious record label name, S.A.D. — as in lame, but made it an acronym so that people would think it stood for something. I think it was Marc Olmos (Czeez, Dig It) who said it stood for, "suck a dick," which would gain momentum and eventually stick — sort of. Rick Pugliese (Bedlam) was instrumental in doing a few recordings and also mastering the comp with his trusty 4-track. Erik Korte (Throbbing Members, Dig It, Scent) came up with the title, Procrastination Youth, which I thought was perfect for this particular collection of bands. The SST Records Xerox machine came in handy too — that's how I was able to reduce and enlarge the pictures that were on the original 8.5 x 11" booklet. I also used some of SST's rub-down transfer type for the S.A.D. logo and a few other things in the booklet. I eventually purchased a Kenwood dual cassette dubbing deck and dubbed all the copies one by one. Vinnie Vegas printed the j-cards, booklets and sticker labels at his mom's print shop in Long Beach for free, if I remember correctly. These cassettes were mostly sold to friends, but we did sell quite a few at Peanut Records in Lomita, too. We also had them for sale at Zed in Long Beach and Mondo Video and A Combination of Three, both in Pedro.

Looking back, this was a great time in our lives. I will never forget these youth-filled days — they meant a lot to me. The group of people who hung out during this time period still remain some of my best friends to this day.

—Craig Ibarra, 2018



• Cassette w/ Translucent Yellow Shells 
• Comes w/ MP3 Download 
• 6 x 9 in. 20 Page Full Color Booklet 
• S.A.D. Sticker 
• Limited Edition of 100

S.A.D. 01 
Release Date: 04.07.18 
Original Release Date: 05.88



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