Up To Here Tragically Hip Zip

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Up To Here Tragically Hip Zip Rating: 3,9/5 3571 votes

Canada's favorite boys push the sounds of heartland and down-home country-rock on their second album,. This album also marks the band's first stateside release, and basically it's a record of burgeoning talent, suggesting what is yet to come from.

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Frontman is raw and rugged, twisting American trad rock into gritty rock & roll. There's a lot of heartfelt emotion woven into pure musical swagger on songs like 'New Orleans Is Sinking' and 'When the Weight Comes Down.' 'Blow at High Dough' follows the lead of its foot-stompin', hand-clappin' rock tracks.

Get The Tragically Hip - (1989) Up to Here [FLAC] Torrent Free and Anonymous. Listen free to The Tragically Hip – Up to Here (Blow At High Dough, I'll Believe In You (Or I'll Be Leaving You Tonight) and more). 11 tracks (43:24). Discover more.

An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included.

The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.

Seller Notes: “ This product has passed our meticulous quality checks and is guaranteed to be in great condition. ” Genre: Rock Release Year: 1989 UPC: 027 EAN: 027.

Album Features UPC 27 Artist The Tragically Hip Format CD Release Year 1989 Record Label Universal Music Canada Genre Rock & Pop Details Playing Time 43 min. Distributor Universal Distribution Recording Type Studio Recording Mode Stereo SPAR Code n/a Track Listing Disc 1 1.

Blow at High Dough, 2. I'll Believe in You (Or I'll Be Leaving You Tonight), 3. New Orleans Is Sinking, 4. 38 Years Old, 5. She Didn't Know, 6. Boots or Hearts, 7.

Everytime You Go, 8. When the Weight Comes Down, 9. Trickle Down, 10. Another Midnight, 11. We use eBay’s return policy to make it simple and easy to shop with us. If you decide to return an item, then eBay’s system will guide you through the return process.

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The Tragically Hip are not well known here in the United States. This Canadian with their bluesy rock, slightly alternative vibe and heady lyrics would suprise many people in the United States who have not heard if them. Up to here was the Tragically Hip's 2nd album. You knew after listening to it back in1989 that they were going to be very good. Gord Downie their lead singer and frontman is the leading force not only as a vocalist but also as an artist. The clarity of his songwriting exudes passion, a poignant sensibility for the most simlistic and most comlex. On May 24 2016 The Tragically Hip announced That Gord was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor.

He will be sorely missed. You really MUST have this album! You really MUST have this album! If you like rock music then buy this disc. Get in your car let this play. Like good whiskey, they get better with age.

Up To Here Tragically Hip Zip

This is Swampy driven Rock and Roll. Let the great White North Vibe get under your skin! I also recommend the Disc “Road Apples” if you can find a copy.


I think it was the best of the three. Then followed by “Fully completely” was also a stellar disc.

Cheers, Sanddollar64 P.S. “The Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies” are also a band you might really like as well.

Certainly worth a listen to “breakin the chains”. Old CD sounds good.band still hip in concert in '07. I had never heard of this band before this summer. I saw them in concert and was impressed with their show. So I used the internet to research their recordings. This CD is the one I ended up buying, I believe from an EBay auction.

Got it for a good price and I really enjoyed listening to the disc. This 'album' was actually first released twenty years ago I believe although I don't have the liner notes here with me now as I write the review.

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This band has had some success in the US, but is from Canada which is the site of their main fan base. This CD is a good rockin' effort on the part of Tragically Hip.