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So Smokey are more than a bit remarkable for the simple fact no other rock band was as flat-out gay as they were during their 1973 to 1981 run. Not surprisingly, no major label would get anywhere near Smokey, so Condon and Emmons released their music on their own independent S&M Records label, and How Far Will You Go: The S&M Recordings, 1973-81 is the first album-length collection of the singles they released in small quantities in the '70s and early '80s.