Change Of Heart – Smile

June 16, 2017 in releases

Label Obscura is proud to announce the reissue of one of the most important Toronto independent rock albums of the nineties. This Summer, Change Of Heart’s seminal 1992 album Smile will finally see its first release on vinyl, as a double LP.

Originally released twenty-five years ago this summer by Cargo Records, Smile is a sprawling, twenty-one song album which was recorded in early January, 1992 at Toronto’s Reaction Studios. Said album was originally envisioned to be released as a double record, much like many of the classic records that influenced its creation, including the Minutemen’s Double Nickels on the Dime and Husker Du’s Zen Arcade, but due to budgets constraints at Cargo it was only ever released on compact disc and cassette.

Re-assembled and remastered from the original master tapes by album producer Michael-Philip Wojewoda, Smile will be available as as a limited edition on coloured vinyl, limited to 300 copies as of July 22, 2017.

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