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By: Philip Leitch - 5 months ago - permalink - flag

Great album that sadly I do not have on vinyl (thought I did, I don’t). Would happily buy a reissue.

pretty please.


By: Kemp Herbster - over 1 year ago - permalink - flag

Count me in on a reissue!


By: Chris Wolfe - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

I second on the reissue of this on lp. Con Art has always seen to be one of the most slept on dischord releases in my opinion. do you guys have extra stock of this sitting around anywhere? i just got a postcard made from a lp cover of this album. In recent times con art seems to be one of the hardest records to find on dischord. If you have any covers laying around, it would be awesome to do the same type of limited release just like the hoover and ignition lps. that would be the best, since so many great bands from the dc area started with smart went crazy


By: Jason R Nelson - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

Any plans for a vinyl re-issue?

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Dischord 112 Smart Went Crazy Con Art

CD out of stock
Buy Digital $7

The second full length album by Smart Went Crazy, released in 1997.

This album is out of print on CD and LP. However, the songs are available as a digital MP3 download.

Chad Clark
guitar & vocals
Abram Goodrich
bass
Jeff Boswell
guitar
Hilary Soldati
cello & organ
Devin Ocampo
drums

1. Black Kites + queue
2. Exitfare + queue
3. A Brief Conversation Ending in Divorce + queue
4. Immutable Beauty + queue
5. Con Art + queue
6. Baker's Chocolate + queue
7. DC Will Do That To You + queue
8. DC Will Do That To You (part 2) + queue
9. Let X=X + queue
10. Funny As In Funny Ha-Ha + queue
11. Bullfighter + queue
12. Holds Up Her Hand, Blocks Out The Sun + queue
13. Song of the Dodo + queue
14. Tight Frame Loose Frame + queue
15. A Good Day + queue
16. So Speaks the Queen Bee + queue
17. Tijuana 3/28/96 + queue
18. Now We're Even + queue
Recorded At
Inner Ear Studios
Produced By
J. Robbins and SWC