This awesome news broke a few hours ago via pitchfork:
In 2007, four years after Smith's death, KRS released the posthumous double-CD rarities collection New Moon. And next year, the label will reissue two more Smith albums: his 1994 solo debut Roman Candle (originally released on Cavity Search) and the 2004 posthumous full-length From a Basement on the Hill (originally released on Anti-).
Both reissues are due April 6. Tape Op Magazine editor and Smith archivist Larry Crane has remastered Roman Candle, and this reissue marks the first time it'll be available on vinyl in the U.S. When the reissues drop, every Smith album other than his two major label albums (1998's XO and 2000's Figure 8) will be available via KRS.
In honor of the reissues, KRS has a nice surprise for us: "Cecilia/Amanda", an unreleased Smith solo track that Crane recorded in 1997. The track is a rewrite of "Time Is Ours Now", a song from the early Smith band Stranger Than Fiction.