The Fix, from Detroit, were one of the first midwest hardcore bands - although they were relatively short-lived. They managed to tour a couple times throughout the Southwest and on the West Coast, and also released two of the first records on Touch & Go. After the band's 1982 breakup, the singer and bassist were briefly in Blight, with Tesco Vee, who put out a single 7" on Touch & Go.
VENGEANCE 7" (Touch & Go, 1980)
JAN'S ROOMS 7" EP (Touch & Go, 1982)
COLD DAYS LP (Lost & Found, 1990 - has both records, unreleased tracks, and a live set)
VENGEANCE 7" (BTP, 2002)
PROCESS OF ELIMINATION EP (Touch & Go, 1981) "No Idols"
I ESTIMATED YOUR WORTH TODAY tape (has the SPOT demo)
REAGAN REGIME REVIEW EP (Selfless, 1992) "Vengence"
Lyrics to Jan's Rooms EP
Interview from Ripper #7
Editor Tim Tanooka writes about the Fix in this 1982 issue of Ripper.