Cinnamon Toast Records

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Cinnamon Toast Records
Founded 1992
Founder Walter Forsythe
Lee Ann Gillan
Shawn Duggan
Colin MacKenzie
Robert Jeans
Miroslav Wiesner
Genre Pop
Country of origin Canada
Location Halifax, Nova Scotia

Cinnamon Toast Records was a record label, inspired by the American label Simple Machines, from Halifax, Nova Scotia and run by Walter Forsyth, Lee Ann Gillan, Shawn Duggan, Colin MacKenzie, Robert Jeans and Miroslav Wiesner. They released a number of limited release 7" singles, each in a different colour. Also released was a compilation CD and LP: Trim Crusts if Desired. They went on to release a Rebecca West CD and LP as well as a number of full length Plumtree CDs. Their first release was Jale's first recording — a red 7" single called "Aunt Betty".

Catalogue[edit]

(all on 7" vinyl unless otherwise noted)

  • CT001 - Bubaiskull: Insex
(4 songs) - 1992
repress - red vinyl
  • CT002 - Jale: Aunt Betty
(3 songs) - 1992
repress - red vinyl
(4 songs) - 1993
1st pressing - purple vinyl
  • CT004 - Leonard Conan: Pub Slop
(4 songs) - 1993
1st pressing - yellow vinyl
(2 songs - 45rpm) - 1993
1st pressing purple + mint swirl vinyl
(4 songs) - 1993
1st pressing - white vinyl
  • CT007 - SKREECH
(3 songs) - 1993
blue flexidisc
  • CT008 - Jale: Sort of Grey
(3 songs) - 1993
1st pressing - white vinyl
co-release with Derivative Records
(4 songs) - split single 1994
1st pressing - purple vinyl
(2 songs) split single - 1994
black vinyl
fundraiser for CKDU-FM, co-release with Murderecords, Sappy Music, Cargo Records
1st (and last) pressing
  • CT011 - Hardship Post / Randy Bachmann: Rock Is My Life / That's OK
(2 songs) split single - 1994
1st pressing - ltd. amount dark red vinyl, rest are black vinyl
  • CT012 - Cheticamp: Coincidence / Kiss Me
(2 songs) Recorded 1994 / 1993 release in 1994
Only known release in black vinyl

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