Two year-old Hack Tone Records in Los Angeles has signed an exclusive Canadian distribution pact with Warner Music Canada, effective immediately. The label had been distributed in Canada by BMG/Shout Factory.

First releases under the deal arrive Jan. 30, and are David Allan Coe's "Penitentiary Blues," Lewis Taylor's "Stoned" and the soundtrack of "Heartworn Highways." Also being released the same day will be the Canadian debut of Taylor's 2004 release "The Lost Album."

"Hack Tone is a music lovers label," says Steve Kane, president of Warner Music Canada.? "We are thrilled to be able to work with people who share our passion for great records."