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Artist: Prism

Title: Small Change

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Prism Small Change Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1981

Label: Capitol/ATM Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: ATM 3834-BH


Lindsay Mitchell vocals, lead guitar
Allen Harlow bass, guitar
Henry Small bass, guitar
Rocket Norton drums


1.  Don't Let Him Know  3:08
2.  Turn On Your Radar  3:16
3.  Hole In Paradise  3:26
4.  Rain  4:06
5.  When Will I See You Again  3:32
6.  Heart And Soul  3:24
7.  Stay  3:32
8.  When Love Goes Wrong  3:29
9.  In The Jailhouse Now  3:05
10.  Wings Of Love  3:42
11.  Cadillac Club Bonus Track  2:13
12.  When Will I See You Again Bonus Track  3:33
13.  Heart And Soul Bonus Track  3:23
14.  Stay Bonus Track  3:32
15.  Rain Bonus Track  4:07
16.  N-N-N-No Bonus Track  2:57
Total Running Time:  54:25

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Bill Date: October 17, 2003 at 14:04
an AOR classic!!!

From: BLAINE Date: February 2, 2004 at 22:33
Canada's answer to Supertramp! Bryan Adam's wrote songs for Prism. Ron Tabak died from head injuries suffered from a bicycle accident on December 25, 1984, near my house on the 2700-block Kingsway in front of Purdy's Chocolates. An off-duty RCMP officer brought Tabak to Burnaby General. Tabak displayed unruly behavior and was taken into custody with a brain hemmorage where he later died. A year later, the same RCMP officer committed suicide at the Burnaby RCMP headquarters. Strange but true!

From: Gazpot du sewop Date: March 13, 2004 at 2:02
any board where rules are imposed leaves much for want. Truth in posting is best had where anyone can say anything.

From: Rycheage Date: March 29, 2004 at 23:34
The songs are a mixed bag, but thankfully the good outweigh the bad. The good ones are amplified by the Adams/Vallance effort 'Don't Let Him Know', which is a great way to start things off. What a chorus! The second up 'Turn Your Radar On' is a quaint attempt at lightweight AOR which is nice enough. 'Hole In Paradise' is a great track, if not for the warblings of Small who incredibly sounds like Mark Free on this one. Strange but true.

From: Nick C Date: January 2, 2005 at 7:39
Hey Rycheage you're right about the Mark Free comment. I remember running to the local HMV to get this on import having got into Prism a while earlier. I was so disappointed that Ron Tabak wasn't on it (I didn't know about the tragedy at the time) that I never really got into it apart from a couple of tracks at the time. But with the exception of Jailhouse I really love this album now. I still can't view this or Beat Street as Prism though for some reason..although I like em both.

From: masmusic Date: March 30, 2005 at 12:24
Not their best effort!!

From: grahamwl Date: September 30, 2006 at 9:44
My friends and I renamed Prism to 'Management' when this was released as it seemed rather clinical and 'corporate' sounding in comparison to their earlier 'proper' albums. Having said that, it's competent, and yes, 'Don't let him know' is a killer song! Fascinating story about Ron up there Blaine...thanks for that insight.

From: 707STAR Date: December 17, 2015 at 1:05

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 2, 2017 at 14:49
A very good but underrated AOR act..."Hole In Paradise" is by far the best one in here and one of the band's best song...tracks 1,7(nice),8,9(rocks!)& 10(nice) are the ones for me.80/100

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