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Name:The Tragically Hip Discography [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

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The Tragically Hip (Self Titled) 1987 (Size: 3.81 GB) (Files: 181)

 The Tragically Hip (Self Titled) 1987

  01. The Tragically Hip - Small Town Bringdown.flac

21.13 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Last American Exit.flac

26.48 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Killing Time.flac

29.60 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Evelyn.flac

17.02 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Cemetery Sideroad.flac

22.02 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - I'm A Werewolf, Baby.flac

20.78 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Highway Girl.flac

23.22 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - All Canadian Surf Club.flac

18.89 MB

  The Tragically Hip - The Tragically Hip.log

4.83 KB

  The Tragically Hip - The Tragically Hip.m3u

0.78 KB

  The Tragically Hip.cue

1.62 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Day For Night 1994

  01. The Tragically Hip - Grace, Too.flac

35.39 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Daredevil.flac

25.67 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Greasy Jungle.flac

29.36 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Yawning Or Snarling.flac

27.11 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Fire In The Hole.flac

21.88 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - So Hard Done By.flac

19.48 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster.flac

30.39 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Thugs.flac

29.72 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - Inevitability Of Death.flac

24.53 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Scared.flac

28.26 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - An Inch An Hour.flac

23.71 MB

  12. The Tragically Hip - Emergency.flac

24.15 MB

  13. The Tragically Hip - Titanic Terrarium.flac

22.77 MB

  14. The Tragically Hip - Impossibilium.flac

26.81 MB

  Day For Night.cue

2.61 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Day For Night.log

6.60 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Day For Night.m3u

1.29 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely 1992

  Fully Completely.cue

2.44 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 01. Courage (for Hugh MacLennan).flac

30.48 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 02. Looking for a Place to Happen.flac

28.70 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 03. At the Hundredth Meridian.flac

22.85 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 04. Pigeon Camera.flac

29.19 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 05. Lionized.flac

23.50 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 06. Locked in the Trunk of a Car.flac

31.38 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 07. We'll Go Too.flac

24.09 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 08. Fully Completely.flac

24.17 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 09. Fifty-Mission Cap.flac

28.32 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 10. Wheat Kings.flac

25.97 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 11. The Wherewithal.flac

21.08 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely - 12. Eldorado.flac

24.85 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely.log

6.10 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely.m3u

1.43 KB

 The Tragically Hip - In Between Evolution 2004

  01. Tragically Hip - Heaven Is A Better Place Today.flac

21.99 MB

  02. Tragically Hip - Summer's Killing Us.flac

26.69 MB

  03. Tragically Hip - Gus- The Polar Bear From Central Park.flac

29.67 MB

  04. Tragically Hip - Vaccination Scar.flac

22.64 MB

  05. Tragically Hip - It Can't Be Nashville Every Night.flac

20.05 MB

  06. Tragically Hip - If New Orleans Is Beat.flac

21.43 MB

  07. Tragically Hip - You're Everywhere.flac

27.47 MB

  08. Tragically Hip - As Makeshift As We Are.flac

22.76 MB

  09. Tragically Hip - Mean Streak.flac

28.43 MB

  10. Tragically Hip - The Heart Of The Melt.flac

20.83 MB

  11. Tragically Hip - One Night In Copenhagen.flac

17.46 MB

  12. Tragically Hip - Are We Family.flac

28.95 MB

  13. Tragically Hip - Goodnight Josephine.flac

23.80 MB

  In Between Evolution.cue

2.60 KB

  Tragically Hip - In Between Evolution.log

5.90 KB

  Tragically Hip - In Between Evolution.m3u

1.31 KB

 The Tragically Hip - In Violet Light 2002

  01. The Tragically Hip - Are You Ready.flac

18.68 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - 'Use It Up'.flac

28.77 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - The Darkest One.flac

32.65 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - 'It's A Good Life If You Don't Weaken'.flac

27.17 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Silver Jet.flac

27.98 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - Throwing Off Glass.flac

23.98 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - All Tore Up.flac

26.51 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Leave.flac

27.15 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - A Beautiful Thing.flac

25.64 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - The Dire Wolf.flac

29.02 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - The Dark Canuck.flac

43.19 MB

  In Violet Light.cue

2.25 KB

  The Tragically Hip - In Violet Light.log

5.31 KB

  The Tragically Hip - In Violet Light.m3u

1.05 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Live Between Us 1997

  01. Tragically Hip - Grace, Too.flac

44.91 MB

  02. Tragically Hip - Fully Completely.flac

30.40 MB

  03. Tragically Hip - Springtime in Vienna.flac

32.80 MB

  04. Tragically Hip - Twist My Arm.flac

29.71 MB

  05. Tragically Hip - Gift Shop.flac

36.04 MB

  06. Tragically Hip - Ahead by a Century.flac

37.58 MB

  07. Tragically Hip - The Luxury.flac

26.50 MB

  08. Tragically Hip - Courage.flac

35.85 MB

  09. Tragically Hip - New Orleans Is Sinking.flac

46.01 MB

  10. Tragically Hip - Don't Wake Daddy.flac

38.97 MB

  11. Tragically Hip - Scared.flac

29.16 MB

  12. Tragically Hip - Blow at High Dough.flac

35.98 MB

  13. Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster.flac

39.02 MB

  14. Tragically Hip - The Wherewithal.flac

29.30 MB

  Live Between Us.cue

2.60 KB

  Tragically Hip - Live Between Us.log

6.42 KB

  Tragically Hip - Live Between Us.m3u

1.20 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work 2000

  01. The Tragically Hip - My Music At Work.flac

23.64 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Tiger The Lion.flac

39.38 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Lake Fever.flac

33.67 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Putting Down.flac

24.09 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Stay.flac

23.13 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - The Bastard.flac

37.11 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - The Completists.flac

22.08 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Freak Turbulence.flac

22.24 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - Sharks.flac

30.19 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Toronto #4.flac

19.15 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - Wild Mountain Honey.flac

28.17 MB

  12. The Tragically Hip - Train Overnight.flac

24.17 MB

  13. The Tragically Hip - The Bear.flac

28.49 MB

  14. The Tragically Hip - As I Wind Down The Pines.flac

14.27 MB

  Music @ Work.cue

2.68 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work.log

6.20 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work.m3u

1.28 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Phantom Power 1998

  01. The Tragically Hip - Poets.flac

27.60 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Something On.flac

22.81 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Save the Planet.flac

27.31 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon.flac

32.52 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Thompson Girl.flac

22.01 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - Membership.flac

33.94 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Fireworks.flac

29.47 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Vapour Trails.flac

30.55 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - The Rules.flac

21.85 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Chagrin Falls.flac

29.87 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - Escape Is at Hand for the Travellin' Man.flac

38.26 MB

  12. The Tragically Hip - Emperor Penguin.flac

27.82 MB

  Phantom Power.cue

2.42 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Phantom Power.log

5.66 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Phantom Power.m3u

1.11 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Road Apples 1991

  01. The Tragically Hip - Little Bones.flac

31.64 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Twist My Arm.flac

26.96 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Cordelia.flac

26.14 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - The Luxury.flac

21.94 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Born In The Water.flac

23.11 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - Long Time Running.flac

23.09 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Bring It All Back.flac

28.49 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Three Pistols.flac

26.99 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - Fight.flac

38.31 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - On The Verge.flac

25.86 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - Fiddler's Green.flac

24.82 MB

  12. The Tragically Hip - The Last Of The Unplucked Gems.flac

11.31 MB

  Road Apples.cue

2.22 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Road Apples.log

5.76 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Road Apples.m3u

1.12 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Trouble at the Henhouse 1996

  01. The Tragically Hip - Gift Shop.flac

32.27 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - Springtime in Vienna.flac

32.86 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - Ahead by a Century.flac

22.95 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Don't Wake Daddy.flac

34.80 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Flamenco.flac

21.65 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - 700 Ft. Ceiling.flac

27.00 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Butts Wigglin.flac

24.29 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Apartment Song.flac

24.75 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - Coconut Cream.flac

24.62 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Let's Stay Engaged.flac

31.54 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - Sherpa.flac

30.45 MB

  12. The Tragically Hip - Put It Off.flac

27.75 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Trouble At The Henhouse.log

5.68 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Trouble At The Henhouse.m3u

1.11 KB

  Trouble At The Henhouse.cue

2.17 KB

 The Tragically Hip - Up to Here 1989

  01. The Tragically Hip - Blow at High Dough.flac

29.95 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - I'll Believe in You (Or I'll Be Leaving You Tonight).flac

27.55 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - New Orleans Is Sinking.flac

25.59 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - 38 Years Old.flac

27.12 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - She Didn't Know.flac

23.16 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - Boots or Hearts.flac

21.47 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Everytime You Go.flac

22.02 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - When the Weight Comes Down.flac

30.70 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - Trickle Down.flac

21.07 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Another Midnight.flac

27.14 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - Opiated.flac

20.75 MB

  The Tragically Hip - Up to Here.log

5.52 KB

  The Tragically Hip - Up to Here.m3u

1.14 KB

  Up to Here.cue

2.22 KB

 The Tragically Hip - World Container 2006

  01. The Tragically Hip - Yer Not the Ocean.flac

24.45 MB

  02. The Tragically Hip - The Lonely End of the Rink.flac

25.97 MB

  03. The Tragically Hip - In View.flac

30.04 MB

  04. The Tragically Hip - Fly.flac

25.41 MB

  05. The Tragically Hip - Luv (sic).flac

26.00 MB

  06. The Tragically Hip - The Kids Don't Get It.flac

31.70 MB

  07. The Tragically Hip - Pretend.flac

24.29 MB

  08. The Tragically Hip - Last Night I Dreamed You Didn't Love Me.flac

29.86 MB

  09. The Tragically Hip - The Drop-Off.flac

26.42 MB

  10. The Tragically Hip - Family Band.flac

24.51 MB

  11. The Tragically Hip - World Container.flac

24.05 MB

  The Tragically Hip - World Container.log

5.16 KB

  The Tragically Hip - World Container.m3u

1.05 KB

  World Container.cue

2.32 KB

 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

0.02 KB
 

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File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
EAC Log: Yes
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
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Torrent Hash: 596F0FB674FAA9EE17B55D03CF67F7B4096A3480
File Size: 3.81 Gb
Label: MCA/Universal

Albums & Years in this torrent:

The Tragically Hip (MCA, 1987)
Up to Here (MCA, 1989)
Road Apples (MCA, 1991)
Fully Completely (MCA, 1992)
Day for Night (MCA, 1994)
Trouble at the Henhouse (MCA, 1996)
Phantom Power ( Universal, 1998 )
Music at Work (Universal, 2000)
In Violet Light (Universal, 2002)
In Between Evolution (Universal, 2004)
World Container (Universal, 2006)
Live Between Us (MCA, 1997)



These are my own rips as I have just finally purchased the last of The Hip CD’s.


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From Wiki:

The Tragically Hip is a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario, consisting of Gordon Downie (lead vocals and occasional acoustic guitar), Paul Langlois (guitar), Rob Baker (guitar), Gord Sinclair (bass) and Johnny Fay (drums). The band is one of the most popular and influential bands in Canada, and in 2005 was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.






The Tragically Hip EP (1987)


The Tragically Hip EP is the first release from Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.
Released in 1987, it did not make much of an impact on the Canadian music scene, and it is still not considered one of their best works. Singer Gordon Downie's lyrics and the music of the rest of the band would progress much further even by the time of their first full-length album; however, "Small Town Bringdown", "Last American Exit", and "All-Canadian Surf Club" do show some resemblance to later work. The EP was produced by Ken Greer of Red Rider fame.


Tracks:


1. "Small Town Bringdown" (Sinclair) – 3:05
2. "Last American Exit" (Sinclair) – 3:50
3. "Killing Time" (Downie/Baker) – 4:50
4. "Evelyn" (Sinclair) – 2:25
5. "Cemetery Sideroad" (Downie/Sinclair) – 3:15
6. "I'm a Werewolf, Baby" (Downie/Baker) – 3:20
7. "Highway Girl" (Downie/Baker) – 3:28
8. "All-Canadian Surf Club" (Sinclair/Baker)– 2:50 (appears on the CD release only)





Up to Here (1989)



Up to Here is the second full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.

It was released in 1989, and made the band almost instantly famous in Canada; although it was also released in the United States, there was little reaction to it there. Many of the songs on the album are now considered classics, and are staples of various formats of Canadian radio.

"38 Years Old" is a fictional account of an escape from Millhaven Penitentiary in the band's hometown of Kingston, Ontario, although many people still mistakenly believe it refers to events from singer Gordon Downie's life.

"New Orleans is Sinking" is perhaps the band's most well-known song. When performed live, Downie often goes off on an ad-libbed tangent. In the most famous such version, a B-side from the 1994 CD single "Grace, Too", he performs a monologue about swimming with orcas, one of which bites his arm off after its mate falls in love with him. This version is often known as "Killerwhaletank". In other known versions, including the one that appears on the live album Live Between Us, he sings additional verses from songs by David Bowie, Joni Mitchell and The Beach Boys.

"Blow at High Dough" later became the theme song to the CBC comedy-drama Made in Canada.

Tracks


1. "Blow at High Dough" – 4:36
2. "I'll Believe in You (Or I'll Be Leaving You Tonight)" – 4:01
3. "New Orleans Is Sinking" – 4:16
4. "38 Years Old" – 4:18
5. "She Didn't Know" – 3:28
6. "Boots or Hearts" – 3:41
7. "Everytime You Go" – 3:21
8. "When the Weight Comes Down" – 4:43
9. "Trickle Down" – 3:10
10. "Another Midnight" – 3:54
11. "Opiated" – 3:40






Road Apples (1991)



'Road Apples' is the second full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.

Released in 1991, the original title of the record was Saskadelphia, but the record label considered it "too Canadian." As a joke, they re-titled it Road Apples, slang for horse dung. After the album was released, they created the Another Roadside Attraction festival. The album was recorded in New Orleans, and although most of the songs were finished by the time they arrived, "Little Bones" was inspired by a local taxi driver.

The album is often cited by fans and critics as the band's finest work. As with most Tragically Hip albums, Canadian themes appear in the album's lyrics. "Three Pistols" is an English translation of the name of the Quebec town Trois-Pistoles, and refers to Tom Thomson, a Canadian painter, as well as Remembrance Day, the Canadian commemorative day for its war dead. "The Luxury" refers to the fleur-de-lis, provincial symbol of Quebec, while "Born in the Water" is about the controversy surrounding Ontario municipalities declaring themselves "English-only" in the dying days of the Meech Lake Accord debate. (See Sault Ste. Marie language resolution.)


Tracks:


1. "Little Bones" – 4:44
2. "Twist My Arm" – 3:54
3. "Cordelia" – 4:10
4. "The Luxury" – 3:38
5. "Born in the Water" – 3:24
6. "Long Time Running" – 4:23
7. "Bring It All Back" – 4:39
8. "Three Pistols" – 3:48
9. "Fight" – 5:58
10. "On the Verge" – 3:54
11. "Fiddler's Green" – 4:25
12. "The Last of the Unplucked Gems" – 2:03






Fully Completely (1992)


Fully Completely is the third full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was their first album to reach #1 on the RPM Top 100 albums chart. [1] It was certified diamond in Canada in January 2007.[2]

It was released in October 1992, and the cover art was designed by Dutch artist Lieve Prins. Prins, an "electrographer" who makes art with photocopiers, had the band photocopy various parts of their bodies and then made a collage with the results. The original wall-sized piece is currently on display at The Bathouse Recording Studio.

The album was produced by Chris Tsangarides, who has also worked with Black Sabbath, Depeche Mode and Judas Priest, among many others.

Like their 1989 album Up to Here, Fully Completely is considered by the Hip's fans as one of The Tragically Hip's best albums, and a classic Canadian album. Also like Up to Here, many of the songs are still played in regular rotation on various formats of Canadian radio. Fully Completely represented a large step away from the band's originally blues-inspired sound. Lyrically the album alternates between pessimism and despair: "Locked in the Trunk of a Car" is written from the perspective of a serial killer, and "Courage," perhaps the album's most popular cut is inspired by a chapter in Hugh MacLennan's book The Watch That Ends the Night. It seems to detail the thoughts of a person who cannot decide whether or not to commit suicide. In the music video, Gordon Downie wears a Boston Bruins jersey that was made by his mother.

Some of the songs are inspired by real, predominantly Canadian, events - "Fifty Mission Cap" is about Bill Barilko, who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs before he disappeared in 1951, and also cites imagery related to Canadian bomber crews in the Second World War. "Wheat Kings" is about David Milgaard, who was wrongfully convicted of murder in the 1960s. The title of "Pigeon Camera," amazingly enough, literally refers to pigeons with cameras attached to their legs that were used (mostly unsuccessfully) in the First World War as tools for aerial observation.

Some of the songs (more noteably "At The Hundreth Meridian" and "Locked In the Trunk of a Car" ) were written or in some way started during one of Gordon Downie's famous onstage rants. The major lyrics for "Locked In the Trunk of a Car" first originated in the famous live version of "Highway Girl" known as "Double Suicide". "At The Hundredth Meridian" was also partly established during a small concert they performed in Ontario on Canada Day.

This album is noted by fans for its superior sound quality and representative style. All songs were written by The Tragically Hip.

Tracks:


1. "Courage (for Hugh MacLennan)" – 4:27
2. "Looking for a Place to Happen" – 4:18
3. "At the Hundredth Meridian" – 3:20
4. "Pigeon Camera" – 4:34
5. "Lionized" – 3:20
6. "Locked in the Trunk of a Car" – 4:42
7. "We'll Go, Too" – 3:24
8. "Fully Completely" – 3:30
9. "Fifty Mission Cap" – 4:10
10. "Wheat Kings" – 4:19
11. "The Wherewithal" – 2:55
12. "Eldorado" – 3:46






Day For Night (1994)



Day for Night is the fourth full-length album by the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in 1994 (see 1994 in music).

Overall, Day for Night is more mellow and acoustic than the band's previous albums, but retains the dark and pessimistic flavour of Fully Completely. There are several hard rock songs included, such as "Nautical Disaster," "So Hard Done By" and "Inevitability of Death". It was the band's most successful album commercially and critically, proving their progressive improvement lyrically and musically from each release since Up to Here. "Grace, Too", "Greasy Jungle", "Nautical Disaster", "Thugs" and "Scared" were all successful chart hits.

The name is taken from the cinematic term day for night, a method of photography using filters to make a scene shot during the day appear to have been shot at night. It is also the title of a Fran?ois Truffaut film.

The album was produced by Mark Howard, Mark Vreeken and The Tragically Hip.

The band also appeared on Saturday Night Live in 1995, performing "Grace, Too" and "Nautical Disaster" in an episode hosted by fellow Canadian and fan Dan Aykroyd, in order to promote the album.


Tracks:


1. "Grace, Too" – 5:34
2. "Daredevil" – 3:46
3. "Greasy Jungle" – 4:27
4. "Yawning or Snarling" – 4:54
5. "Fire in the Hole" – 3:16
6. "So Hard Done By" – 3:29
7. "Nautical Disaster" – 4:43
8. "Thugs" – 4:43
9. "Inevitability of Death" – 3:52
10. "Scared" – 5:08
11. "An Inch an Hour" – 3:21
12. "Emergency" – 3:34
13. "Titantic Terrarium" – 4:34
14. "Impossibilium" – 4:05






Trouble at the Henhouse (1996)



Trouble at the Henhouse is the fifth full-length album from Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in 1996 (see 1996 in music).

Henhouse was somewhat softer than their earlier albums, much like their fourth album Day for Night. The title comes from the cover art, a photograph by Avery Crounse, which is also called "Trouble at the Henhouse".

"Ahead By a Century" is widely considered one of the band's classic songs, and was one of the biggest chart hits of their career. It was used in the 2008 film Jumper.


Tracks:


1. "Gift Shop" – 4:57
2. "Springtime in Vienna" – 4:38
3. "Ahead by a Century" – 3:43
4. "Don't Wake Daddy" – 5:08
5. "Flamenco" – 4:06
6. "700 Ft. Ceiling" – 3:40
7. "Butts Wigglin'" – 3:47
8. "Apartment Song" – 3:57
9. "Coconut Cream" – 3:21
10. "Let's Stay Engaged" – 4:53
11. "Sherpa" – 5:13
12. "Put It Off" – 5:11






Phantom Power (1998)



Phantom Power is the sixth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. The album was released in 1998. The album was also released in the United States, but they continued to have little success there, despite their appearance on Saturday Night Live'.

The song "Escape Is at Hand for the Travellin' Man" is a tribute to Jim Ellison of Material Issue. [1]

"Bobcaygeon" won the Juno Award for Single of the Year in 2000.


Tracks:


1. "Poets" – 3:59
2. "Something On" – 3:21
3. "Save the Planet" – 3:38
4. "Bobcaygeon" – 4:55
5. "Thompson Girl" – 3:32
6. "Membership" – 4:40
7. "Fireworks" – 3:56
8. "Vapour Trails" – 4:29
9. "The Rules" – 3:46
10. "Chagrin Falls" – 4:10
11. "Escape Is at Hand for the Travellin' Man" – 5:52
12. "Emperor Penguin" – 4:08





Music @ Work (2000)



Music At Work (or Music @ Work) is the seventh full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in 2000 (see 2000 in music).

The album's title comes from the slogan of a Toronto soft rock station, EZRock. Its use is meant to be ironic; the first line of the title track is "Everything is bleak, it's the middle of the night/you're all alone and the dummies might be right." The music video for "Music at Work" was filmed in the lobby of Commerce Court North, part of the headquarters of the Canadian bank CIBC.

Much like their previous album, Phantom Power, it had decent sales.

After the album was released, singer Gordon Downie released a solo album of music and poetry called Coke Machine Glow.


Tracks:


1. "My Music at Work" – 3:06
2. "Tiger the Lion" – 5:30
3. "Lake Fever" – 4:34
4. "Putting Down" – 3:13
5. "Stay" – 3:22
6. "The Bastard" – 4:54
7. "The Completists" – 3:07
8. "Freak Turbulence" – 2:53
9. "Sharks" – 4:14
10. "Toronto #4" – 2:59
11. "Wild Mountain Honey" – 3:56
12. "Train Overnight" – 3:17
13. "The Bear" – 3:55
14. "As I Wind Down the Pines" – 2:34





In Violet Light (2002)



In Violet Light is the eighth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in 2002 (see 2002 in music).

After the album was released, in 2003 singer Gordon Downie released his second solo album of music and poetry, Battle of the Nudes.

Packaged with the album in stores was a membership card for The Hip Club, an online fan club which offered three downloadable bonus tracks, "Forest Edge", "Problem Bears" and "Ultra Mundane". As of May 23, 2006, thehipclub.com is no longer active.

The album was produced by Hugh Padgham who has worked extensively with Phil Collins, The Police, Split Enz and Sting among others.

The music video for "'It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken'" was filmed in Oshawa, Ontario at Parkwood Estate. The light-hearted music video for "The Darkest One" featured Don Cherry and the Trailer Park Boys.

"All Tore Up" is featured as menu music in XSN Sports' NHL Rivals 2004 for the Microsoft Xbox[1]. This marked the first time a Hip song was licensed for a video game. All songs were written by The Tragically Hip.

Tracks:


1. "Are You Ready" – 2:39
2. "Use it Up" – 4:16
3. "The Darkest One" – 4:36
4. "'It's a Good Life if You Don't Weaken'" – 4:23
5. "Silver Jet" – 3:56
6. "Throwing off Glass" – 3:28
7. "All Tore Up" – 3:33
8. "Leave" – 3:59
9. "A Beautiful Thing" – 3:33
10. "The Dire Wolf" – 4:29
11. "The Dark Canuck" – 6:24





In Between Evolution (2004)



In Between Evolution is the ninth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released June 29, 2004.

The album featured the single "Vaccination Scar". This album is considered one of their best works and became one of the top selling albums of the year in Canada. It also helped to re-establish the band's older musical style. The album was recorded at Studio X in Seattle.

One of the major themes of this album is the response to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, with overtly political anti-war themes throughout the album. In the poignant "Are We Family", Gordon Downie questions the logic of "taking care of each other one bullet to another", while "Vaccination Scar" likens the collapse of the rationale of the war to the collapse of Galloping Gertie, the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

"Gus: The Polar Bear From Central Park" is a metaphor comparing George W. Bush to the famously depressed polar bear in the Central Park Zoo who is "too either them or me", and speculates that the cause of the problem is that "no one is afraid enough". "Heaven Is a Better Place Today" doubles as a tribute to Dan Snyder, a player for the Atlanta Thrashers hockey team who died in an automobile accident nine months before the album's release and, as Downie would reveal, for young men being sent to war.

However, aside from this last comment regarding "Heaven..." (which is not cited), much of this analysis is purely speculative.

They performed the song "It Can't be Nashville every night" on a season 2 episode of Canadian situation comedy TV program Corner Gas. All songs were written by The Tragically Hip.


Tracks:


1. "Heaven is a Better Place Today" – 2:55
2. "Summer's Killing Us" – 3:26
3. "Gus: The Polar Bear from Central Park" – 4:09
4. "Vaccination Scar" – 2:57
5. "It Can't Be Nashville Every Night" – 2:53
6. "If New Orleans is Beat" – 3:15
7. "You're Everywhere" – 3:34
8. "As Makeshift as We Are" – 3:15
9. "Mean Streak" – 4:10
10. "The Heart of the Melt" – 2:35
11. "One Night in Copenhagen" – 2:20
12. "Are We Family" – 4:34
13. "Goodnight Josephine" – 3:25






World Container (2006)



World Container is the tenth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in Canada on October 17, 2006, in two formats: as a limited edition Digipak and regular jewel case. The United States release was March 6, 2007, in advance of a planned tour. This album was recorded at various locations including Maui, Vancouver and Toronto. In concert Gord Downie joked that the title of the album is actually a typo, and should read "World Contain Her."

The first single, "In View," and the video for the song, were released on the band's website, thehip.com, in advance of the album release.

"In View" reached #1 on the Canadian singles chart.

The track "The Lonely End of the Rink" was premiered on Hockey Night In Canada on October 7, to acclaim by fans of the band.

The album's fourth track, "Fly" has been in the works since before the band recorded their Nov. 26, 2004 show at the Air Canada Centre, which became the concert DVD, That Night in Toronto. As can be witnessed on the DVD, Gord Downie recites the opening lyric of "Fly", as well as a portion of the chorus, as a part of his rant during the extended up-tempo break of "At the Hundredth Meridian."

The length of the CD is erroneously noted as "42:45" (min:sec) on the front and back cover. It is actually 42:27 (min:sec), or 42.45 minutes in length (42 min + (27/60) sec).

World Container was streaming from thehip.com, the band's official website, and various other Southern Ontario radio stations on October 10, 2006, one week ahead of the album release.

The album has sold nearly 200,000 copies as of Jan. 2008.

In support of the album, the band was featured on a special edition of CBC News: The Hour on October 22, 2006. Gordon Downie spoke with host George Stroumboulopoulos for the first 20 minutes of the program, and then the band performed in front of a live audience, which was broadcast on most CBC networks across Canada. The setlist for this intimate concert was:

1. The Lonely End of the Rink
2. Yer Not the Ocean
3. In View (Played twice, only aired one version on TV)
4. World Container
5. The Kids Don't Get It
6. Family Band
7. My Music @ Work
8. In View (Second version)
9. The Drop-Off (Not aired on TV)

The album debuted at number 2 on the Canadian top albums chart.


Tracks:


1. "Yer Not the Ocean" - 3:35
2. "The Lonely End of the Rink" - 3:51
3. "In View" - 3:58
4. "Fly" - 3:42
5. "Luv(sic)" - 3:43
6. "The Kids Don't Get It" - 4:35
7. "Pretend" - 3:47
8. "Last Night I Dreamed You Didn't Love Me" - 4:21
9. "The Drop-Off" - 3:39
10. "Family Band" - 3:40
11. "World Container" - 3:36




Live Between Us (1997)



Live Between Us is the first full-length live album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It is their only live album to date.

It was recorded at Cobo Arena in Detroit, Michigan, on November 23, 1996, during the tour supporting Trouble at the Henhouse, and released in 1997. It is considered a good representation of a typical live show, with much improvisation among both the singer Gordon Downie and the rest of the band.

Downie often begins to sing other songs in the middle of his own, including David Bowie's "China Girl" and The Beach Boys' "Don't Worry Baby" during crowd favourite "New Orleans is Sinking", and both Jane Siberry's "The Temple" and Rheostatics' "Bad Time to Be Poor" in "Nautical Disaster". (Rheostatics were the Hip's opening act on the tour documented by this album.)

In the week of the album's release, Canadian radio stations played it so extensively that eight songs from the album appeared in the week's Top 20 singles chart.

The title actually comes from graffiti in Kingston, Ontario, which read "The Hip live between us." (with 'live' written as a verb). This graffiti was penned by early band member Davis Manning,[1] describing the impact that the band was having on his relationship with his girlfriend.[2] Manning eventually chose the girl over the band, leaving in 1986. The mural remained on the wall, a victim of graffiti itself, until the mid-2000s when it was painted over by the property owner.


Tracks:


1. "Grace, Too" – 6:18
2. "Fully Completely" – 4:11
3. "Springtime in Vienna" – 4:37
4. "Twist My Arm" – 4:05
5. "Gift Shop" – 5:09
6. "Ahead by a Century" – 5:25
7. "The Luxury" – 4:08
8. "Courage" – 5:08
9. "New Orleans Is Sinking" – 6:22
10. "Don't Wake Daddy" – 5:30
11. "Scared" – 5:00
12. "Blow at High Dough" – 4:54
13. "Nautical Disaster" – 5:31
14. "The Wherewithal" – 4:14



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