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Cameron Bain


Between stints in King Loser, Snapper and a million other bands, Cameron Bain released a 7″ release on Stella Corkery and Alan Holt’s excellent Pink Air label.

One-half of the oft-referenced, seldom heard Constant Pain. Bain passed away in 2014.


  • Blues Blue Blues 7″ Lathe Cut EP (1997, Pink Air, PINKAIR006)



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Constant Pain


Constant Pain are the bastard offspring of legendary Auckland band Supercar.
Formed in Dunedin, they have played in such notable groups as Snapper, Figure 60, Verlaines, Renderers & Dimmer.
‘Trail of Destruction’ is a wailing Snapper’ish rock epic recorded live during one of their many anarchic live shows.
The flip, a long lost psychedelic influenced track titled ‘Million Miles’. Jump aboard the bus, as there are only 150 of these black trips going around
– Crawlspace

Cameron Bain passed away in 2014 and Roddy followed him in 2016.

Constant Pain was Roddy Pain and Cameron Bain, an Auckland-based act by then. ‘Million Miles’ was a glorious psychedelic shiver that prompted the same spaced awe as The Thirteenth Floor Elevators’ second album version of Dylan’s ‘(It’s All Over Now) Baby Blue’. The flipside ‘Trail Of Destruction’ rattled along on a trashcan ‘Sister Ray’ riff with Nicholas Clarke drumming.

AudioCulture entry on Crawlspace Records


  • Cameron Bain (Guitar/Vocals, 1996? – 1999?)
  • Roddy Pain (Guitar/Vocals, 1996? – 1999?)
  • Pat Faigan (Drums, 1996?)
  • Greg Cairns (Drums, 1996?)
  • Nick Clarke (Drums, 1999?)


  • Constant Pain 7″ Single (1996, Carburetor, BRT12]
  • Trail of Destruction 7″ Single (1999, Crawlspace, SPACE006]