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Between the Earth & Sky
Between the Earth & Sky is a follow-up release to the breakout album Secrets and Sins by Canadian singer, Luba and her band. The album helped Luba win a second Juno Award for "Female Vocalist of the Year", and was also her first album to go platinum in Canada. Various musical artists appear on Between the Earth & Sky, including a saxophone solo by jazz musician Kenny G on the hit single "How Many". Other popular singles on the album include "Strength In Numbers," "Act of Mercy" and "Innocent."
Great Dirty World - Special Edition
Don't Just Stand There
Don't Just Stand There is the second full-length album from the Canadian band Haywire, released 1987.
The Pleasure and the Pain
Seven Year Itch: 1982-1989
Now & Never
All the Time, All the Time, All the Time...
Worlds Away is the debut studio album by Canadian new wave band Strange Advance, released November 1982. It featured two hit Canadian singles, "She Controls Me" and "Kiss in the Dark". Strange Advance was subsequently nominated for a Juno Award for "Most Promising Group of the Year" in 1983.
The 7" single for "She Controls Me" contains a b-side track called "Lost in Your Eyes" which was later released on the Over 60 Minutes with... Strange Advance compilation.
Tomas Mureika of AllMusic calls this album one of Canada's most underrated new wave debut releases.
Four singles were released from this album, not including a dance mix of "Love Games" which was a club hit in England.
According to a 2000 e-mail exchange with keyboardist Drew Arnott, Worlds Away was performed with Yamaha CS-80, Roland Jupiter-8, and Mellotron M400 synthesizers. Drums were performed with a Roland TR-808 augmented by live tom-toms and cymbals.
Shake Your Spirit
Between A Rock & A Hyde Place
Between a Rock & a Hyde Place: The Best of Payola$ is a greatest hits album by the Payola$, released in 1987 after A&M had dropped the Payola$ from the label, and after the band had rebranded themselves as Rock and Hyde and released Under the Volcano through Capitol/EMI.
The Great Lake
The Great Lake is the debut EP by Chalk Circle released in 1986. The original release of the EP only featured six tracks. It was later re-released with three additional tracks on CD.
The EP contained two singles: "April Fool", a Top 10 hit in Canada, with its U2-like guitar chords, and "Me, Myself and I" also a Top 10 Canadian hit.
The EP's back photo was taken along Lake Shore Boulevard in Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario, which is presumably also the subject of the album's title.
Chalk Circle was nominated for "Most Promising Group of the Year" at the 1986 Juno Awards.
Don't Fight It
Don't Fight It is the debut album by Canadian rock band Red Rider, which was released in 1979 in Canada. Don't Fight It sold more than 100,000 copies in Canada and earned Cochrane and Red Rider their first Gold album certification award and was later certified Platinum. A United States version with a modified track list, dropping Talkin' to Myself and reordering the other tracks, was released in 1980.
The album was re-issued on CD July 29, 1994. The CD release restored the track Talkin' To Myself which was dropped on the initial vinyl release in the United States. Another newly remastered version was released in the UK in 2010 by Lemon Records.
The album reached number 146 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart while "White Hot" reached number 20 on the Canadian charts and number 48 on the Pop Singles chart in 1980 and "Don't Fight It" reached number 75.
The song "White Hot" is about poet Arthur Rimbaud and his travels through Africa. It also has a cult following on YouTube.
Secrets of The Alibi
The Northern Pikes
Secrets of the Alibi is the second album by The Northern Pikes released in 1988. It featured two hit Canadian singles - "Wait for Me" and "Hopes Go Astray".
Although this was their second album, the Pikes were nominated for "Most Promising Group" at the 1989 Juno Awards. This was likely because no Juno Awards were presented in 1988, the year their debut album would have been up for nomination. They were also nominated for Best Video at the 1989 Juno Awards for their song "Wait for Me". They failed to win either award.
The album was certified Gold in Canada by the Canadian Recording Industry Association on July 18, 1991.
Girls Night Out
Girls' Night Out is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Toronto, released in 1983. The first U.S. release featured 3-D cover artwork and included red/blue 3-D glasses. More personnel changes on this album, with bassist Gary LaLonde passing the torch to Mike Gingrich. The CD release features one bonus track, "What About Love".
The album is dedicated to audio engineer Robbie Whelan, who died in a car accident earlier in the year.
Circle of One
Romantic Traffic / Tell No Lies 30th Anniversary
Live At Blue Frog
Edge of the Shadow
Too Many Cooks
Look In Look Out
Look In Look Out is the twelfth and, to date, last studio album by the Canadian rock band Chilliwack, released in July 1984. The track "Don’t Stop" achieved modest success as a single.
The Best Of Rough Trade: Birds Of A Feather
Everything Almost (Deluxe)
Young and Restless
Young and Restless is the fourth studio album by the Canadian rock band, Prism. It was originally released in 1980 by the record label Capitol. The album is notably the last album by the band to feature Ron Tabak as the lead vocalist, and it is also the last album to feature their long-time producer, Bruce Fairbairn.
The album was viewed negatively by the majority of music critics. It was also a commercial disappointment, being their first album failing to chart on the Billboard 200.
Seems Like Fate (1984-1992)
The Grapes Of Wrath
Under the Volcano
Rock & Hyde
Let It Play
Let It Play is the ninth studio album by Canadian musical artist David Usher. It was released on October 21, 2016 via David Usher's own music label, Evil Empire Inc. The album features English translations of French-Canadian songs, re-recorded originals from Usher's repertoire, as well as high-profile collaborations with artists such as Marie-Mai, Alex Nevsky, Monogrenade, Karim Ouellet, Dumas, Ingrid St-Pierre, Caracol, Daniel Lavoie, Dominique A, and Baden Baden.
My Very Best
The Best of Sue Medley: The Millennium Collection
Tuesday's Child is Canadian singer-songwriter Amanda Marshall's second album, released in 1999. The album was certified triple platinum by the CRIA selling over 300,000 copies across Canada.
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TEN is the tenth album by the Canadian rock band Trooper, released in 1991, containing the hit "American Dream". The album reached No. 52 on the Canadian Albums Chart. As of 2017, it is the group's most recent album.
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