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A great listen for fans of grinding, up-tempo rck/mtl

Great album, all songs are solid and follow a definite straightline progression, nothing veers out of left field, the whole album very hard hitting, vocals very distinct. If you're going to try a smalls album, this is definitely it, if you like it then venture on to 'My Dear Little Angle' (more produced and varied than this album) or maybe their older stuff. From the opening track you won't be disappointed. To bad you can't see these guys play live anymore!

w&t what a great album

well i totally agree with what is said about these entertaining fellers...pure gold :) you can catch them as the corb lund band now more country but still just as good. they came to lake pelsha not far from my house and we got pickled right out of minds lol one of the best shows ever buy there stuff won t be dissapionted

I love them Smalls.

I listen to this record nearly everyday. The Smalls are one of the most musically creative and unique hard rock bands I have ever heard. This band has been, and continues to be, a HUGE musical influence of mine. I can't say enough about this band. Check out their record My Dear Little Angle as well, more great stuff.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

With their background of growing up in rural Alberta as well as sharing common interests in jazz and country, Mike Caldwell (vocals), Corby Lund (bass), Dug Bevans (guitar), and Terry Johnson (drums) began the smalls in 1990 as a way for something to do outside of attending community college in Edmonton. Accompanied by their influence of Nomeansno, D.O.A., and SNFU, the smalls self-released their self-titled debut in 1990, followed by To Each a Zone in 1992 and Waste and Tragedy in 1995. After an...
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