|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||It Became A Problem||2||Audio||1983||Anything But Records|
Existing in a different incarnation as "The Sovjets" in 1979, they had not yet met Leon and had a different guitarist. They released two 30 minute cassettes with this line-up (about 1000 total) and sold them all. As harder punk music was on its way out around this time, they adapted, changing their name to "Sovjet War" and incorporating poppier influences. The single entitled, "It Became A Problem" is now a scarce find.
The band existed for 2 years playing shows extensively about 2 times a week, with such bands as [a=Red Zebra], The Sound, [a=Neon Judgement], [a=Nitwitz], and [a=Svätsox] among others.