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THE TRAGICALLY HIP: TROUBLE AT THE HENHOUSE
THE TRAGICALLY HIP: UP TO HERE

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: UP TO HERE

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THE TRAGICALLY HIP: PHANTOM POWER

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: PHANTOM POWER

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THE TRAGICALLY HIP: ROAD APPLES

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: ROAD APPLES

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THE TRAGICALLY HIP: MAN MACHINE POEM

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: MAN MACHINE POEM

The Tragically Hip, among Canada’s most acclaimed and beloved bands, today announce the June 17 release of Man Machine Poem via Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. The band’s 14th studio album takes its name from a track on their Gold-selling 2012 release, Now For Plan A, and was produced at The Hip’s home studio The Bathouse by Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene, Andy Kim, Arts & Crafts label co-founder) and Dave Hamelin.

“We’re moving forward while embracing a memory,” says Kevin Drew. “That was what I said to the band going into this recording.” He explains that muscle memory is why we love songs, it’s the most important thing a band has. “This album is about three things,” he continues. “Memory, transformation, and truth. I think it’s a fantastic record.”

For thirty years, The Tragically Hip has been at the heart of the Canadian musical zeitgeist for evoking a strong emotional connection between their music and their fans that remains unrivaled in this country. A five-piece group of friends including Robby Baker (guitar), Gordon Downie (vocals, guitar), Johnny Fay (drums), Paul Langlois (guitar) and Gord Sinclair (bass), who grew up in Kingston, Ontario, The Hip has achieved the enviable status of a band that enjoys both mass popularity with over 8 million albums sold worldwide, as well as peer recognition through 11 Juno Awards from more than a dozen recordings.

The Tragically Hip are in the best possible place a band can be: they’re brothers, they play so easily together, comfortable in their skins enough to try any idea, confident enough to know what’s right. No team of ace Swedish consultant-writers needed; The Hip know it’s their duty as artists to feel something and the listener is going to get an uncommon honesty in Man Machine Poem.

Everything is clear
just how you described
the way it appears
a world possessed by the human mind
Then I think I smiled
I think you said ‘it’s fine’
and quietly I dressed in a world possessed completely by the human mind

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: MUSIC@WORK

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: MUSIC@WORK

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Since their 1987 debut, Kingston's Tragically Hip have built a sizable following in their native Canada (where they earned early comparisons to R.E.M), but have yet to really crack a fickle American market, despite a stellar reputation as live performers and creative influences that have consistently been just a tad smarter than the competition. This album builds shrewdly on those inclinations, expanded by producer/Los Lobos vet Steve Berlin with a sonic freedom reminiscent of his own band's '90s experimentalist bent. Set against this intoxicating Velvet Underground-meets-The-Edge-in-the-gloaming wall of sound, singer Gordon Downie's droning, impressionistic, and ever-inscrutable lyrics take on nearly psychedelic dimensions. The John Cage references on “Tiger the Lion” say as much about the band's stubborn artistic integrity as they do about its stateside commercial potential. Tragically Hip indeed. –Jerry McCulley –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: NOW FOR PLAN A

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: NOW FOR PLAN A

The Tragically Hip will release their first studio album in three years, Now for Plan A, on October 2. Produced by Gavin Brown (Metric, Boys Like Girls, Three Days Grace) and featuring guest vocals by Sarah Harmer, the album offers all new music written by the band and set to the poetic and thought-provoking lyrics of lead singer, Gord Downie. Now for Plan A is the thirteenth studio album from the Kingston, Ontario quintet.

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: IN BETWEEN EVOLUTION

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: IN BETWEEN EVOLUTION

The Tragically Hip have been making vibrant, gritty rock 'n' roll for over 20 years. A legendary live act, the band has also sold over 6 million albums worldwide. In Between Evolution, the follow-up to their acclaimed 2002 release, In Violet Light, may be their best yet. Propelled by raw, driving guitars and Gordon Downie's inimitable vocals, In Between Evolution features standouts such as “Vaccination Scar,” “The Heart of the Melt,” and the first single, “Summer's Killing Us.” Produced by Adam Kasper (Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Pearl Jam).

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: IN VIOLET LIGHT

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: IN VIOLET LIGHT

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THE TRAGICALLY HIP: LIVE BETWEEN US

THE TRAGICALLY HIP: LIVE BETWEEN US

Tragically Hip ~ Live Between Us

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