Judge
There Will Be Quiet… After The Storm
REV #20 1990

Recorded at Don Fury’s, NYC
Pressed by Rainbo Records

Side A:
Forget This Time

Side B:
The Storm II

We recorded the There Will Be Quiet EP after we knew the band was breaking up. We were originally planning on doing a whole new album and “Forget This Time” was the first song we wrote for it, which we used to play live before that record even came out. After our last tour though, it was painfully obvious that the band was falling apart, but I loved Forget This Time and I thought it was worth documenting. We went back into Don Fury’s studio with a loose plan on making an ep. We didn’t have any other new songs, so we extended The Storm, which I thought came out really well and Mike really nailed it with those extra lyrics, which were printed wrong on the poster btw. It goes “These streets are all the same, but the FACES are new.”
On the cassette version that was released, my name wasn’t listed as a band member so there was a rumor back then that I didn’t play on it at all lol.

We figured we’d do a cover song also to add more to the ep than just two songs. I remember there being a big debate over which song we would cover. Everyone had their own ideas and none of us were particularly getting along at that point. I wanted to do “Never Surrender” by Blitz since Warriors had been such a hit. Mike really wanted to do the Zeppelin cover, so we rolled with it. I thought the harmonica on it, played by our roadie Bossman, was really cool, and before he died he would play it with us live when we came back as a band later.

All in all, I really loved the record and thought it was a good final stamp on the legacy of Judge.

— Porcell

Test Press
Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

Nobody knows for sure but my guess would be fewer than 10 of these were sent to REV from Rainbo.

1st Press
There are two main versions of the 1st pressing, however each of those came with one of the two different inserts. Therefore, if you would like to sleep well at night you really need to find all four of them. Nobody knows how many copies of each insert were printed. Or why there were two inserts for that matter. If you know, please, do tell.

Gold vinyl / 1000
Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

1st pressing came with covers printed on a matte cardstock with the front of the cover slightly taller than the back. Barcode and Printed in Canada in the top right corner on the back.

Insert version #1

Insert version #2

The quality of the print, contrast and paper stock are all slightly different which makes it apparent that both inserts were printed some time apart, possibly in two different places. I somehow have a feeling that the lyric version was printed earlier while the logo insert is a later one although I have nothing to verify this, other than the fact that every 2nd press I could find came with the logo insert.

Black vinyl / 4000
Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

Insert version #1

Insert version #2

Black vinyl anomaly / Possibly out of 1
Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

Kevin Finn has a copy with blank labels. That’s one we know definitely exists. There might be more? Who knows.

2nd Press
Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

This version comes with identical to the 1st press vinyl but the sleeve is printed on a thinner card stock and it is coated so it has a much glossier feel. Also the Printed in Canada bit is gone and the bar code is replaced with a greenish box. My copy came with the 2nd version of the insert. I don’t know if there were any of the 1st version inserts in this pressing.

Extra info:
Some disgruntled REV employee once made up 50 copies of the “Working at REV Can Suck It” aka “FUCK TODD” covers and sent them out randomly. If anybody has any concrete info on these I would appreciate you sharing it.
My mate Troy was kind enough to scan his copy so that I could add it here. There’s no regular cover with the 7″ so there’s no way to tell whether it was done for the 1st or one of the later pressings.

Matrix:
A: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
B: REV-20-A R-13814 MASTERDISK N
33RPM

Terribly designed and cut photocopied cover. Hand numbered out of 50