All Your Ears Can Hear: Underground Music in Victoria, BC, 1978-1984 is a professionally printed 80 page soft-cover book packaged with 2 CD s containing 79 songs by 46 bands (over two and a half hours of music). The first press is limited to 1000 copies. The book features one full page for each artist featured on the CD s and has hundreds of rare and never before seen photos, gig posters, record covers, etc. The CD s contain many unreleased and never before heard songs, such as two unreleased Nomeansno songs (1979 & 1982) plus their related groups: Infamous Scientists, Beaten Retards, Dioxyn, Harvest of Seaweed, and Mass Appeal. It also features the Neos plus their related groups: Fake Dogs, Sludge Confrontations, Nematodes, Harvest of Seaweed, Jerk Ward...also the Dayglow Abortions plus their earlier group the Sickfucks...also Red Tide plus their related groups: Censored Chaos, Suburban Menace, Nuclear Errors, and Divine Right...and many more. The book itself contains contributions from/about: Marcus Pollard (the Clix), Ricky Long (Commodes), Jade Blade (Dishrags), Ian Cochrane (Richards Records), Ray Ellis Dance Studio gig (March 7, 1981), John Wright (Nomeansno), Scott Henderson (Purple City), Murray Acton (Dayglow Abortions), Kev Smith (Neos), Andy Kerr (Infamous Scientists/Nomeansno), Tim Crow (Red Tide), Clod Neon (Steve Sandve). The preface is written by Rick Andrews. The foreword is written by Jason Flower.