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Released: November 8, 2005

Track Listing

  1. No Threat
  2. At the Hundredth Meridian
  3. Grace, Too
  4. My Music At Work
  5. 38 Years Old
  6. Gift Shop
  7. Ahead by a Century
  8. Vaccination Scar
  9. Three Pistols
  10. So Hard Done By
  11. Fiddler's Green
  12. Looking for a Place to Happen
  13. Cordelia
  14. It's A Good Life If You Don't Weaken
  15. Blow at High Dough
  16. Wheat Kings
  17. Fifty-Mission Cap
  18. New Orleans is Sinking
  19. Escape Is At Hand For The Travellin' Man
  20. Fully Completely (Remix)
  21. Twist My Arm
  22. Courage (for Hugh MacLennan)
  23. Lake Fever
  24. Poets
  25. Fireworks
  26. Boots or Hearts
  27. Bobcaygeon
  28. Nautical Disaster
  29. Highway Girl
  30. Gus: The Polar Bear from Central Park
  31. Scared
  32. Somethin' Else
  33. Long Time Running
  34. The Darkest One
  35. Locked in the Trunk of a Car
  36. Little Bones
  37. The New Maybe

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"There's this fuckin' band you've gotta see, they used to scare the livin' shit outta me'" - An Inch An Hour

In March1988, The Tragically Hip was a band you had to see. The Kingston quintet's reputation had preceded it to Winnipeg, first stop on its inaugural cross-Canada tour. Having spent the previous two years barnstorming the pubs, clubs and beer halls of Ontario, the group had released an eight-song, eponymous mini-album. Smalltown Bringdown and Last American Exit were being played at local radio and a television feature on The New Music had prepped Prairie audiences for a young band that played no-frills rock 'n' roll. Rob Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gord Sinclair looked lean and mean, like a gang - they were a T-shirts and jeans act in an age of teased hair and spandex. Their sound was an improbable roar that left mouths agape.




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