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Customer Reviews

Solid Collection

This collection of songs is concise and awesome. An excellent listen. Well worth all the money. If you are new to the Hip, this collection is excellent for you. An awesome mixture of Old Classics, Hits, and Rarities. You haven't heard the Hip until you've heard live Hip. This is an excellent starting point for any newbs.

Fantastic collection of rare and sought after tracks

Having seen the first track live in person in edmonton, I am extremely happy to find it available in soundboard quality. The rest of the tracks on this compilation are some of the ones i've been trying to find decent live quality versions of for ages. Opiated alone makes it worth the purchase! I wouldnt necessarily say this is a good intro to the band, but if you've been a fan awhile, its a real gem. Gord Downie in all his glory


Great album. There are some great tunes here that you don't get to listen to live very often. I personally think Opiated is the best song on the album, it's absolutely amazing. Escape is at Hand, Silver Jet, and Tiger the Lion also stand out.


Formed: 1983 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While hugely popular in their native Canada, the Tragically Hip found the global charts continually resistant to their blues-influenced pop fare. Formed in 1984 in Kingston, Ontario, the band comprised childhood friends Gordon Downie (vocals), Bobby Baker (guitar), Paul Langlois (guitar), Gord Sinclair (bass), and Johnny Fay (drums). The bandmembers took their name from a Michael Nesmith video entitled Elephant Parts, and focused on making a name for themselves on the local scene during the mid-'80s....
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