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(bass; replaced Taylor)
Toronto's Change Of Heart formed in 1982.
The band did a six city tour of Western Canada in 1986 plus an opening spot in Toronto for the BoDeans. They also released a video in '86 for the song "Ten Miles".
During the tour for their 'Smile' album with Sloan in 1992 they added new drummer Richardson.
In 1995 Borra quit in a surprise decision only one month before the US release of their breakthrough record 'Tummysuckle'.
Borra joined a reformed version of The Viletones in the '90s and currently plays with Cleave Anderson (Battered Wives, Sharks, Blue Rodeo) in Toronto punk cover band The Screwed.
50 Ft. Up (Primitive/Subcanus)
Slowdance (Fringe Product)
Tummysuckle [re-issue] (Virgin)