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        For the Record

        1982
        Emerging out of the early ’80s Edmonton punk scene, singer Jerry Woods formed the rockabilly-gospel-country-blues-punk band Jerry Jerry and the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra in 1982.
        1984
        Jerry didn’t take the new band too seriously at first. It wasn’t until 1984 that they released their first EP, Fighting Socialism, on cassette tape, which caught the attention of Montreal sludgeabilly duo Deja Voodoo. After a rowdy opening performance at the Edmonton Ski Club, Jerry Jerry and the Sons of Rhythm Orchestra were signed to Deja Voodoo’s small-but-influential independent record label, Og Music.
        1985
        A year after signing with Og, they released their first LP, Road Gore: The Band That Drank Too Much, in 1985.
        1986
        In 1986, the band moved east to join the thriving local music scene in Montreal.
        1987
        The next year, they released their critically acclaimed sophomore album, Battle Hymn of the Apartment, under the shortlived independent record label Pipeline Records.
        1990
        Pipeline fell into bankruptcy and the band moved on to Aquarius Records, re-releasing Battle Hymn of the Apartment on CD and cassette in 1990. This marked the apex of their commercial success, prompting them to tour North America throughout the early ’90s.
        1992
        In 1992, they released their third album, Don’t Mind If I Do — a jazz-influenced big-budget production and a major departure from their cowpunk roots.
        1996
        In 1996, Battle Hymn of the Apartment was rated No. 74 on Chart’s “Top 100 Canadian Albums of All Time” reader poll.
        1997
        Five years after the release of Don’t Mind If I Do, Jerry Jerry compiled a fourth album — a solo venture called The Sound and the Jerry. Personal as it is witty, he considers this record to be his favourite: “. . . it has to be because it’s all me.” (Exclaim!, 2000)
        1999
        Citing family considerations, Jerry Woods moved back to Edmonton in 1999 with his wife and five children, aged two to twelve.
        2005
        After a few more years of gigging, the Jerry Jerry act was more-or-less retired in 2005 with a goodbye performance at Edmonton’s famous Sidetrack Café.
        2010
        Since 2010, Jerry Woods has returned to the stage with a local punk rock revival band called Spartans, named after the ’80s Edmonton punk bar, Spartan Men’s Club. The lineup includes original Sons of Rhythm guitarist Paul Soulodre, as well as Kevin Forbes, Craig Shemely, and former SNFU bassist Dave Bacon.
        2017
        Thirty years after its release, the original Battle Hymn lineup reunited in Montreal for drinking, reminiscing, and music-making (but mostly drinking).

        Disc­ography

        Road Gore: The Band That Drank Too Much

        Road Gore: The Band That Drank Too Much

        • Released: 1985 (LP), 1992 (CD)
        • Label: Og Music (LP), Yap Yap Music (CD)
        • Lineup: Jerry Jerry (Vocals), Ace “Musical Vacations” Picks (Guitar), Reverend Rockin’ Roland (Guitar), Sparky The Happy Troll (Drums), Blake Cheetah (Bass)
        # Title Time Buy
        Battle Hymn of the Apartment

        Battle Hymn of the Apart­ment

        • Released: 1987 (LP), 1990 (CD, Cassette)
        • Label: Pipeline Records (LP), Aquarius Records (CD, Cassette)
        • Lineup: Jerry Jerry (Lead Vocals), Paul Soulodre (Guitar, Vocals), George Wall (Guitar, Vocals), Blake Cheetah (Bass), Duke Bronfman (Drums, Vocals)
        # Title Time Buy
        Don't Mind If I Do

        Don’t Mind If I Do

        • Released: 1992 (LP, CD)
        • Label: Aquarius Records
        • Lineup: Jerry Jerry (Lead Vocals), Patrick Fischer (Saxophone), Andy Jameson (Bass, Vocals), Arch Jones Jr. (Guitar, Vocals), Alex McSween (Drums, Vocals), Lenneman Pinkas (Keyboards), George Wall (Guitar, Vocals)
        # Title Time
        01 How Can People Be so Wrong? 4:06
        02 Upstairs Thinking 2:34
        03 Jimmy Reeves 3:47
        04 Just a Big Kid (Over You) 2:30
        05 Grandoise 3:29
        06 Superpowers 4:23
        07 Banner Day 3:54
        08 No Ass Tattoos (In Heaven) 2:21
        09 Skin 4:11
        10 Big Pack of Lies 3:01
        11 Blew Elvis’ Mind 3:20
        12 The Ballad of John Card and the Booze Rookie 5:35
        13 She’ll Get It Right 4:13
        14 Beautiful Loser 4:12
        The Sound and the Jerry

        The Sound and the Jerry

        • Released: 1997 (E-CD)
        • Label: Aquarius Records
        • Lineup: Jerry Jerry (Vocals, Guitar), Tino Izzo (Guitar, Bass, Percussion)
        # Title Time
        01 Rockstar 4:59
        02 Talk About My Dick 2:57
        03 I, Showbiz 3:58
        04 Balloons 2:48
        05 Venus 3:49
        06 Eyes on the Road 2:47
        07 Radical Look, Pt 2 4:05
        08 Not Too Hard (Yer Smart) 2:13
        09 Ernie 3:06
        10 Smart (I’m Smart) 1:58
        11 Weird 4:14
        12 Booze Revisited 2:58
        13 The Most I Ever Drank 3:09
        14 White Like Me 4:48

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