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Album Review

Seemingly nonexistent in the eyes of American pop culture — yet continually boasting some of the nation's highest grossing concerts — Canadian rockers the Tragically Hip have managed to secure themselves legendary status both above and underground while remaining almost complete anonymous. Like any good band of the people, the Hip know that their fans are their lifeblood, so in compiling their first ever "greatest hits" collection, they left it up to the listeners. Chosen online at their website, the 34 remastered tracks that make up Yer Favorites — two of which, the ballsy "No Threat" and the wistful "New Maybe," are brand new — may not go deep enough for longtime followers, but for anyone who has spent the better part of their musical life wondering what all of the fuss was about, this is their chance to get schooled. Poetic yet accessible, raw yet grandiose, the Tragically Hip have often been lumped unfairly into the jam band circuit, when in reality they have far more in common with an act like Pearl Jam than they do Phish. They're an arena bar band maintaining the rawness of a juke joint amid the thunderous applause of 150,000 pairs of hands, and while their brand of heartland rock may be steeped in the Great White North, it's appeal is universal.

Customer Reviews

A fantastic collection of Tragically Hip tunes. A Must Have!!!

It is a shame that this band has never "made it" in the USA. They are a fantastic band to see live. I lived right near the Canadian border and knew of them from Canadian radio stations. I have been a fan ever since. I recommend this album for anyone who knows of the Hip and wants a fine collection of their music. For anyone who stumbles onto this here in the USA give it a listen. Try New Orlenas is Sinking, Little Bones or Twist my Arm. This is well worth the time to try.

Great Stuff!

I learned about The Hip back when Doug Gilmour played for the Leafs. He referenced them in an interview on ESPN (TSN). I sought their music here in Colorado and have been a fan ever since. The music is from the heart, intelligent, sometimes tragic (no pun intended), but always cutting edge. I think the group is satisfied to not be "big" in the U.S. How many people in the states would know Bill Barilko and Maple Leafs history. A must for any hockey fan! True North American roots music!

Best band that Buffalo, NY loves!

So underated, hard charging band, delivers the knockout punch. Been a fan since 1989. Their getting better all the time.


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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