This release marked two big breakthroughs for our fledgling label. Foremost, it was the first time we had gotten an artist to release a second record on the label. This is slightly bigger than it seems, since bands break up, and people move away never to be heard from again in college towns such as Lincoln. The second important milestone was that Crash Pansy was the first vinyl release to come out on -ismist, thanks to Greg. Now it was official, -ismist was a “Record” label. All in all this is a good thing. If you see this anywhere, you should pick it up.

-ism SI 0005
Released June 14, 1993
Format: 7″ vinyl


  1. Crash Pansy
  2. I Would Die 4 U