Formed in 1993, Reset quickly went from playing in their parents basements to opening up for the likes of Pennywise, Face to Face and NOFX. Starting at the average age of 15, Reset quickly proved themselves to be one of the top Canadian Punk Rock acts playing countless shows from coast to coast.
"No Worries", their first full length album was recorded at Morin Heights Studio 1n 1996 and mixed in Hollywood at Westbeach by Steve Kravac (Blink 182, MXPX,Ten Foot Pole).
"No Limits" was recorded at the Factory in Vancouver by Greg Reely (Sarah McLaughlan, Fear Factory). The addition of drummer Adrian White in 1998 (formerly of Front Line Assembly) brought a wider scope to the music.
"No Worries No Limits" was a remastered reissue combining the first two albums released in 2006.