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Man Machine Poem
The Tragically Hip
Man Machine Poem is the thirteenth album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, and the last album to be released before the death of lead singer Gord Downie, as well as their last to be composed of new material. It was released on June 17, 2016 on Universal Music Canada. Produced by Kevin Drew and Dave Hamelin, the album is named after a track which appeared on the band's previous album Now for Plan A.
The album's first single, "In a World Possessed by the Human Mind", was released in April.
Prior to the album's release, the band announced that Gord Downie was diagnosed with brain cancer in December 2015 and that the band would tour Canada in summer 2016 to support the album. The band and critics have cautioned, however, against interpreting the album in light of Downie's health, as it was written and recorded before his diagnosis. Although some media coverage has referred to it as the band's final album, the band reportedly worked on some new studio material after its release, and also have more than one album's worth of previously unreleased material that could be issued in the future as rarities compilations.
Once Upon a Hell of a Time...
Once Upon a Hell of a Time is the sixth studio album by Matt Mays, released on October 20, 2017. His first studio album since 2012, the album was inspired in part by the death of his bandmate Jay Smith in 2013 during the tour to support Coyote.
The album's cover art was designed by artist Ola Volo, who is herself the subject of a song on the album.
In 2018, Mays released Twice Upon a Hell of a Time, an album comprising acoustic renditions of the same songs.
Bill & Joel Plaskett
We Were Born In A Flame (Deluxe)
No Telling When (Precisely Nineteen Eighty-Five)
Something Like a Storm
Something Like a Storm is the eighth solo album by Matthew Good. The first song released from the album was "Bad Guys Win", which was released on April 21, 2017, with an accompanying music video. On July 14, Good released the lead single off the album, "Decades", which was also accompanied by a music video. The album was released on October 20, 2017.
Joel Plaskett Emergency
Ashtray Rock is an album by Canadian indie rock band Joel Plaskett Emergency, released on April 17, 2007.
In interviews, band frontman Joel Plaskett has noted that Ashtray Rock is not a genre of music, but an actual location—in the forest west of Clayton Park, Nova Scotia—where teenagers go to get drunk. The album is a concept album about two friends growing up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, who form a band together, fall for the same girl, and have a falling-out in their friendship.
Places are never as romantic as you remember them. But to me the beauty of that is trying to romanticize an unromantic place.
I mean, Ashtray Rock was a big rock in the middle of the woods. Everybody has an equivalent of some place they would meet on a Friday night. It's not like it was that exceptional a place—it wasn't. The only thing that makes it exceptional is that I had friends to meet and memories to form.
Plaskett intended a nostalgic feel to the album, and used songs from his days with the band Thrush Hermit: "Snowed In" was performed live by that band, "The Glorious Life" is from 1994, and the title track Plaskett wrote in 1992 when he was age 17.
The album is Plaskett's most personal.
Live At Massey Hall
Live At Massey Hall is a live album by Canadian country rock group Blue Rodeo, released by Warner Music Canada on October 16, 2015. The album was recorded during the band's shows at Massey Hall in 2014, during their tour to support their 2013 album, In Our Nature.
The Town Heroes
Median Age Wasteland
Shakespeare My Butt...
Lowest of the Low
Shakespeare My Butt... is an album by Canadian band The Lowest of the Low, released in 1991.
At the time of its release, the album briefly became the best-selling independent release in Canadian history, although it was soon eclipsed by Barenaked Ladies' The Yellow Tape. However, its melodic, jangly folk-punk has made it an enduring classic of Canadian music. In Chart's three Best Canadian Albums of All Time polls, Shakespeare My Butt... is one of six albums to have ranked in the top ten all three times, peaking at #6 in the 2000 poll. John K. Samson of The Weakerthans wrote the album's blurb in the 2005 poll, citing it as a major influence on his own music.
The album was also ranked 84th in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums.
British author John Donoghue's 2004 book Shakespeare My Butt!, a humorous travel memoir of quirky destinations in Great Britain, also took its name from the album; Donoghue acknowledges the band's influence in the book, and the cover features a blindfolded image of William Shakespeare in homage to the blindfolded band photo on the album cover.
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.
Live and in Stereo
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.
Live at the Lower Deck III
In My Dreams
Ron Hawkins and The Do Good Assassins
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.
Sing Alongs and Love Songs
Study Music (Songs from High Noon)
Lion Bear Fox
Lion Bear Fox
The Girls Downtown
Live at the Ironwood
Melville is the 1991 second studio album by the Canadian rock band Rheostatics. This album garnered wide airplay across Canada. The single "Record Body Count" was a significant hit for the band on Canadian alternative rock stations and MuchMusic in 1991.
The song “You Are Very Star”, a bonus track on the CD release, ends with a hockey announcer’s narration in which the band is presented as a hockey team competing for the league’s top ranking against 13 Engines, Scott B. Sympathy and Tom Cochrane.
In 1996, the Canadian music magazine Chart conducted a reader poll to determine the best Canadian albums of all time. Melville placed 16th in that poll. When the magazine conducted a follow up poll in 2000, Melville placed fifth, behind only Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Sloan and Rheostatics’ 1992 album Whale Music. In the magazine’s third poll in 2005, Melville placed 44th, but was one of only 25 albums to have placed in the Top 50 in all three polls.
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.
Julian Taylor Band
The Devin Cuddy Band
The Jerry Cans
Save This House
Spirit Of The West
Save This House is a 1990 album by Spirit of the West.
It was the band's first album for Warner Music Canada, and their first with Linda McRae. Although still a relatively traditional folk album, its release on a major label meant that it was the band's first album to expand their fan base significantly beyond the folk music scene. The title track, an energetically percussive environmental anthem, was a notable hit for the band on campus radio. However, despite earning a platinum record, the album was not a mainstream commercial breakthrough; the band would achieve that with its next album, 1991's Go Figure.
The album's best-known song, however, is "Home for a Rest". While never a mainstream chart hit for the band, it has become by far their most famous song. Its joyous Pogues-like rhythm and lyrics about a drinking spree have made it an enduring frosh week anthem at Canadian colleges and universities. In 2005, "Home for a Rest" was also named the 22nd greatest Canadian song of all time on CBC Radio One's 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version.
The band toured Canada and Great Britain in support of this album. Their British tour was as a supporting act for The Wonder Stuff.
Hunter St Blues
12 is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Sloan. The album debuted at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, which is the band's highest position on that chart in their history.
Everything I Long for (20th Anniversary Edition)
Everything I Long For is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Hayden. It was initially released in Canada on Hardwood Records. It was later re-released in 1996 on Sonic Unyon, and internationally on Outpost Recordings/Geffen Records. A 12" vinyl version was also released in 1996 on Hardwood/Genius Records.
The song "Assignment in Space with Rip Foster" is an alternative title to the children's novel Rip Foster Rides the Gray Planet by Harold L. Goodwin. Assignment in Space with Rip Foster is also attributed in the liner notes of Hayden's debut album, In September, as the recording studio where he recorded part of that album.
Bionic is the debut album of the Canadian rock band, Sandbox. The album was recorded at Metalworks Studios between January and February 1995. It was released in 1995 on Latitude Records. An enhanced edition was later released in 1996.
The album's first single, "Curious", reached #34 on Canada's RPM Singles chart and #8 on Canada's Alternative chart. The song also received regular airplay on MuchMusic. Videos were later also released for the singles "Collide" and "Here and There".
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.
White & Gold
Changing Colours is the sixth studio album by Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs. The album was released on February 2, 2018. The following year, Changing Colours was nominated for the Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year at the 2019 Juno Awards.
The Sun in Your Eyes
Sherman Downey & the Ambiguous Case
Onward Through the Fog
The Jimmy Swift Band
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