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The label that reissued the Buried Alive (The Best of Smoke Seven Records 1981-1983) comp in 1995, containing the theme song (Bad Religion) and Drastic Actions; and another comp (Buried Alive 2) in 1996 containing Slaves. It also released the LP American Youth Report with Only Gonna Die. In 1983, after most of 10,000 copies of Into the Unknown were returned, they put them in the Bomp warehouse, because Brett worked there for a bit and was dating a girl from there called Suzy Shaw. Suzy sold most of the albums without telling the band. When they found out, they stopped it and Jay said only about 300 copies were left at that time. Suzy says that she only sold about 2,000 and that she had every right to do it since she did a lot for Brett and never got anything in return (Brett lived with her for free, she cooked for him everyday etc.).