http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zC1HN4ngbk&list=UUppSJ2-WmKhVgELd07MXO3w&index=1&feature=plcp). The band would eventually go on to sign with EMI for their final release in 1994 entitled, Smokin' The Goats, before breaking up permanently in 1995. Front man, Chris Taylor, who had already graduated from law school before starting the band, returned to law and is now one of the biggest entertainment lawyers in Canada. He represents some big time artists like Nelly Furtado, Drake and Billy Talent to name a few. He also founded Last Gang Records with another partner when he had a difficult time getting a record deal for a little known band named, Metric. That band and the label seem to be doing fine now! Taylor is a true visionary and it's great to see someone with such passion and drive who also came from such humble beginnings to achieve success and use that success to further independent music in Canada. Unfortunately, this debut CD from One is a very rare commodity these days and at the time of this blog, there were no copies available on-line. However, their EMI release, Smokin' The Goats, is available for download on Itunes and I did notice that it includes one of their earlier singles entitled, Magdelin, which is also worth seeking out. Thanks for reading and enjoy!