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Coyote is the fifth album by Matt Mays, released on September 4,2012. It debuted at #7 on the Canadian Albums Chart. It won the 2014 Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year.
The Grand Bounce
Gord Downie And The Country Of Miracles
The Grand Bounce is the third solo album by Gord Downie, the lead singer of The Tragically Hip. It was released on 8 June 2010.
House Of Ill Fame (Bonus Cut Edition)
House of Ill Fame is the first full-length album by Canadian hard rock band The Trews. It was released in 2003 by the label Epic Records. The group issued a music video for the more-alternative rock sounding song "Not Ready to Go". The album was certified Gold in Canada in June 2005.
Brothers And Sisters, Are You Ready?
Brothers and Sisters, Are You Ready? is the fifth album by Big Sugar, It was released concurrently with a separate album containing French language versions of the same songs, Brothers and Sisters, Êtes Vous Ready?. The album was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2002 Juno Awards. Brothers and Sisters, Are You Ready? was certified Gold by the CRIA in August 2003.
Joel Plaskett Emergency
Truthfully Truthfully is the second album by artist Joel Plaskett under the band name Joel Plaskett Emergency and his third since splitting from Thrush Hermit.
Radio Love Songs - The Singles Collection
Radio Love Songs: The Singles Collection is a 2002 greatest hits collection by Canadian rock group, 54-40. It also contains two new songs, "Love Rush" and "Plenty Emotion".
Tracks from the band's 1990s albums are all grouped together, and in reverse chronological order from 2000's Casual Viewin' to 1992's Dear Dear; each block is interspersed with one of the band's hits from their Warner Brothers period re-recorded.
The Tragically Hip
World Container is the tenth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in Canada on October 17, 2006, in two formats: as a limited edition Digipak and regular jewel case. The United States release was March 6, 2007, in advance of a planned tour. This album was recorded at various locations including Maui, Vancouver and Toronto. In concert Gord Downie joked that the title of the album is actually a typo, and should read "World Contain Her."
The first single, "In View", and the video for the song, were released on the band's website in advance of the album release. "In View" reached #1 on Billboard's Canada Rock chart.
The track "The Lonely End of the Rink" was premiered on Hockey Night in Canada on October 7.
The album's fourth track, "Fly", had been in the works since before the band recorded their November 26, 2004 show at the Air Canada Centre, which became the concert DVD, That Night in Toronto. As can be witnessed on the DVD, Gord Downie recites the opening lyric of "Fly", as well as a portion of the chorus, as a part of his rant during the extended up-tempo break of "At the Hundredth Meridian".
Learn & Burn
Learn & Burn is the third studio album from Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs, originally released in 2010, and re-released on May 22, 2011. The album peaked at #14 on the Canadian Albums Chart.
The album won the award for Rock Album of the Year at the 2012 Juno Awards. The album's first single, "I Don't Know", won the Juno Award for Single of the Year. On February 5, 2013, the album was certified Platinum in Canada.
The Girls Downtown
Jackson Square is the first full-length album by Arkells. It is their first non-digital release with Dine Alone Records. The album contains updated versions of the 5 songs found on the Deadlines EP along with 7 additional songs. The album is named after Lloyd D. Jackson Square, a shopping mall in the band's hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. The first single, "Oh, the Boss Is Coming!" was released on October 21, 2008. Lead singer Max Kerman describes Jackson Square as "Road-tested, energetic and soulful." On February 24, 2009, the band set up a webpage for fans to vote for the second single between "Pullin' Punches", "John Lennon" and "The Ballad of Hugo Chavez". Ultimately, "The Ballad of Hugo Chavez" was chosen and released to radio as a single on April 27, 2009.
Barbers Thieves and Bartenders
The Waking Eyes
Video Sound is the second release of the Canadian rock band The Waking Eyes. The album was produced by Arnold Lanni who is known for his work with many Canadian bands such as Our Lady Peace, Simple Plan, Thousand Foot Krutch and Finger Eleven.
Into Your Lungs (and around in your heart and on through your blood)
Into Your Lungs, also referred to as Into Your Lungs is the second studio album by Hey Rosetta!, released on June 3, 2008. It was produced by Hawksley Workman.
The album won Album of the Year at the inaugural Verge Music Awards and ChartAttack.com Favourite Album at the annual Indie Awards during 2009's Canadian Music Week. The album was nominated for the 2008 Atlantis Music Prize and was shortlisted for the 2009 Polaris Music Prize.
Where I Started
Wide Mouth Mason
Where I Started is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Wide Mouth Mason. The album produced four successful singles, "Why", "Companion", "Sugarcane", and "Half A Chance". The album won the award for "Outstanding Rock Recording" at the 1999 Prairie Music Awards. The album was certified Gold in Canada in December 2002. A live version of the song "King Of Poison" was featured on MuchMusic's live compilation album, Much at Edgefest '99.
Adam Baldwin - EP
White Light Rock and Roll Review
White Light Rock & Roll Review is Matthew Good's second album as a solo artist, and was released on June 15, 2004. Though it was not as well-received as his previous solo effort, Avalanche, it quickly achieved Gold certification in Canada.
Recording sessions for White Light Rock & Roll Review began less than a year after the release of Avalanche, making it the shortest time spent between records for Good. Having become disenchanted with the state of recorded music, Good became enamored with the techniques employed by classic artists like Led Zeppelin and The Who, who spent much of their careers perfecting their live shows and recording albums live off the floor. To this end, Good sought to write songs that could best be conveyed to live audiences. In fact, many of the record's tracks were written and performed live, well in advance of the album's release.
Onward Through the Fog
The Jimmy Swift Band
McLaren Furnace Room
McLaren Furnace Room is the first major label album by Canadian band, The Watchmen. Originally released by SUMO Productions in Canada in 1992, the release impressed MCA Records Canada who signed the band and released the album in 1993 on a much wider scale. The title of the album refers to the basement of the McLaren Hotel that served as the band's rehearsal studio.
The album was certified Gold in Canada by the Canadian Recording Industry Association on March 6, 1996.
Known as a tireless touring band, they reportedly played 150 shows a year across Canada from 1987 to 1991. A show in Toronto at the Horseshoe Tavern in 1991 caught the attention of producer Chris Wardman's girlfriend. She promised to put Wardman in touch with the band. Wardman eventually made it out to one of their shows and promised them a production commitment.
Jake Gold's The Management Trust signed them to a management deal and his music production outfit SUMO Productions. Using their clout with MCA Records, SUMO was able to release the band's debut McLaren Furnace Room in 1992. The band then signed directly to MCA Records Canada.
Another Spin Around The Sun
Another Spin Around the Sun is the debut solo album by Canadian alternative rock musician Edwin. It was released on April 27, 1999 in Canada, and July 4, 2000 in the United States. The album marked a musical change in his career from his previous work with I Mother Earth, being more pop-oriented. It spawned five singles "Trippin'", "Hang Ten", "Alive", "And You", and "Rush". The album went Platinum in Canada and was nominated for a Juno Award for Best Rock album in 2000.
Outskirts is the debut studio album by Canadian country rock group Blue Rodeo, released in March 1987 through Risqué Disque. The singles "Try" and "Rose-Coloured Glasses" were hits in Canada, where "Outskirts" and "Rebel" also made the singles charts.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the album, Blue Rodeo released a two-LP vinyl remixed edition, Outskirts Remix, on November 27, 2012.
On the thirtieth anniversary of the album's release, Jim Cuddy posted the following message on the band's website: "The first night we started to make Outskirts was also the night my wife Rena went into labour with our first child Devin. So needless to say it was an unforgettable night. The record came out to a deafening silence. Not a single radio station played the first single, 'Outskirts'. We sold 5000 records which we thought was amazing but were told we would be dropped if nothing else happened. So much has happened since then but I still hold onto the feelings from those early days of tearing it up in a club with nothing to lose. We could never have dreamed of being where we are today and looking back on 30 years of playing music together. Sometimes life surprises you."
Julian Taylor Band
Thrash Rock Legacy
Record In A Bag
Nickels For Your Nightmares
The Sun in Your Eyes
Sherman Downey & the Ambiguous Case
The Town Heroes
Bedbugs is a 1993 album by Odds.
The album's first single "Heterosexual Man" was supported by a video that featured the band appearing in drag with members of The Kids in the Hall. "It Falls Apart" was also a notable single. "Jack Hammer" features guest appearances by Robert Quine and Warren Zevon. "Yes" charted well in many European countries.
Flies in the No Fly
Grand Theft Bus
The Great Detachment
The Great Detachment is the sixth album by Canadian indie rock band Wintersleep, released in 2016 on Dine Alone Records.
The album received its widest publicity for "Amerika", a single whose video painted a seemingly apocalyptic portrait of contemporary American life before cutting away to a clip from a campaign speech by Donald Trump, several months before the 2016 presidential election. The song was their biggest hit since "Weighty Ghost" in 2007, reaching #1 on Canada's Alternative and Rock charts.
The album was a shortlisted Juno Award finalist for Adult Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017.
Sing & Dance
Mountain Meadows is the title of the second full-length album released by the Canadian alternative country band Elliott Brood, released June 24, 2008 on Six Shooter Records. Its title is a reference to the Mountain Meadows massacre.
The album was shortlisted for the 2009 Polaris Music Prize. Mountain Meadows also received two Juno Award nominations in 2009: "Best Roots/Traditional Album", and "Best CD Artwork".
Alert the Medic
Alert the Medic
Silver is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Moist. The album cost approximately $4000 Canadian to make. It included the singles "Push", "Silver" and "Believe Me". The album reached #12 on The Record's Canadian Albums Chart. It is the band's most commercially successful album, being certified 4x Platinum in Canada.
The Static Shift
Milk is an album by Hawksley Workman, released in 2010.
Unlike his album Meat, which was released in traditional album format on January 19, 2010, Milk was planned for release as a series of digital singles, made available for sale through iTunes and Workman's own website; however, the entire album was erroneously released to iTunes' United States store, but not its Canadian store, in January 2010. The album was officially released in CD format in Canada on August 10, 2010.
USS (Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker)
Questamation, released on Mar 9, 2009, is the first full-length semi-programmed album by Canadian band Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker, alias USS, consisting of Ashley Boo-Schultz on guitar and vocals, and Jason Parsons, aka Human Kebab, on turntables and programming. For the recording, USS teamed up with Matthew Wagner for production and engineering, as well as with Chris Davies and Charles Topping who 'aided musically'.
“It’s going to be our hello to the world, ” says Parsons.
Fluke is the debut full-length studio album by Canadian alternative rock band Rusty, released in 1995. The album was nominated for the Juno Award for Best Alternative Album at the 1996 Juno Awards.
Bill & Joel Plaskett
Live at the Commodore Ballroom
The Blue Meanies
The New Meanies
Hits And Assorted Secrets (1983-1993)
The Northern Pikes
Hits and Assorted Secrets 1984–1993 is a Greatest Hits album by The Northern Pikes released in 1999. Along with some of the band's biggest hits, the album included 3 previously unreleased tracks.
Following the tour in support of Neptune in 1993, the band decided to dissolve. However, in 1999 Virgin Records asked the band members for their input on a "greatest hits" package. To support the package, the band decided to do a short promotional tour. They found themselves enjoying the more relaxed independence of making their own schedule that they continued touring.
Action Pact is the seventh album by Canadian rock band Sloan. The album was named after "Youth Action Pact," a song by the 1980s Halifax band Jellyfishbabies. Action Pact was released on August 19, 2003 by ViK Recordings. The album debuted at #11 on the Canadian Albums Chart.
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