Vexx was a Canadian punk rock band formed in 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The band's original lineup consisted of vocalist/guitarist Mike Hodsall, guitarist Richard Bateman, bassist Algis Kvestys, and drummer Clint Bruner.

Vexx quickly became a popular live act in the Vancouver punk scene, known for their energetic performances and catchy songs. In 1981, they released their debut album, "The Last Laugh", on the independent label No Fun Records. The album was a critical and commercial success, and helped to establish Vexx as one of the leading punk bands in Canada.

Vexx toured extensively in support of "The Last Laugh", and released a second album, "Litany", in 1982. The album was another success, and helped to solidify the band's status as a major force in the Canadian punk scene.

In 1983, Vexx signed to the major label MCA Records. The band released their third album, "Terminal", in 1984. The album was a commercial disappointment, and Vexx was dropped from MCA Records shortly after its release.

The band continued to tour and record independently, releasing two more albums, "Sins of Our Fathers" (1986) and "Firepower" (1988). However, the band broke up in 1989.

Vexx reunited in 1995 for a series of live shows. The band has continued to perform sporadically since then, and released a new album, "The Gift", in 2013.

Vexx is considered to be one of the most important punk bands in Canadian history. The band's music is characterized by its catchy melodies, aggressive guitars, and thought-provoking lyrics. Vexx's songs often deal with social and political issues, and the band has been praised for its commitment to using music to raise awareness of important causes.

Here are some of Vexx's most popular songs: