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Throughout much of the '80s and '90s, Change of Heart blazed a fiery, genre-defying trail and inspired many a burgeoning Canadian indie rocker along the way. The band's style was a rallying cry of the era's college rock sound; it could jangle as well as R.E.M. and rip things up as well as Mudhoney. But Change of Heart was its own multi-headed beast, as evidenced by our Editors' Choice: the new retrospective There You Go '82-'97. Each song is handpicked by founder Ian Blurton and shows the wide range that the group conveyed, from the neo-psychedelic swirl of "Smile" and the soft grandeur of "Pat's Decline" to the short and sharp "Away Goodbye."

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[Canadian] Music at it's Best.

1. Radiohead
2. Arcade Fire
3. Change of Heart

My favourite three bands of all-time. While Radiohead and Arcade Fire are the biggest influences me now, Change of Heart were the most important band to me in the late 80s and early 90s. These songs sound as fresh today as they did when 50 ft Up, Slowdance, Smile, and all the others were initially released.

Getting their music on iTunes starts to fill a key void in the history of Canadian indie music.

If you haven't heard of Change of Heart before, please give them a chance.


Formed: 1982 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Canadian pop/rock band Change of Heart formed in 1982 and held to life for almost two fulfilling decades before calling an end to the ride, and leaving the roller coaster cars empty. Along the way, members of the group included lead vocalist Ian Blurton, drummers Ron Duffy and John Richardson, bassists Rob Taylor and John Borra, percussionist Mike Armstrong, and keyboardist Bernard Maiezza. Change of Heart recorded a number of noteworthy albums over those years, building a strong following in...
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