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4 Nights at the Palais Royale
Clayton Park is the second full-length album by Canadian rock band Thrush Hermit. It was released on Sonic Unyon in 1999, and is the last album they released as a band. The album produced two singles and videos for the songs "From the Back of the Film" and "The Day We Hit the Coast".
Clayton Park is a suburb in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the band's hometown.
The album was a shortlisted Juno Award nominee for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2000. It was later selected as the 85th greatest Canadian album of all time in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums.
Bless This Mess
By Divine Right
The Super Friendz
Maybe It's Me
Maybe It's Me is Treble Charger's third album, released in 1997. A re-recorded version of "Red" was included on this album.
The album was a major breakthrough for Treble Charger. It was also their most well received album, and gave the band their first entry into the top 10 Canadian Indie Rock bands. The album also reached gold status in Canada, with sales of over 50,000 copies.
A live version of the song "Scatterbrain" was featured on MuchMusic's live compilation album, Much at Edgefest '99.
Down at the Khyber
Joel Plaskett Emergency
Down at the Khyber is the first album that Joel Plaskett recorded with his backing band The Emergency. The title was influenced by the many days and nights spent playing and recording at The Khyber.
Down at the Khyber was named the 46th greatest Canadian album of all time by Bob Mersereau in his book The Top 100 Canadian Albums.
The Flashing Lights
It's Sydney or the Bush
It's Sydney or the Bush is an album that was nominated for Alternative Album of the Year in the 1997 Juno Awards.
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.
Fireman is the first album by Canadian alternative/indie rock band hHead released in 1992.
It was first released independently by hHead themselves, as a cassette and then released under Jam Entertainment Records. After hHead signed to IRS Records in 1994 to release Jerk, they also re-released the CD version of Fireman. There was also a version of Fireman released, that had 14 tracks.
Video clips for "Flower" and "Collide" have been made.
We Were Born In A Flame
We Were Born in a Flame is the debut full-length studio album by Canadian rock musician and singer/songwriter Sam Roberts. A re-recorded version of "Where Have All the Good People Gone?" was released as the album's first single in Canada and had a music video made for it. "Hard Road" was also released as a single with a music video in Canada. The songs "Brother Down" and "Don't Walk Away Eileen" had been previously released as radio/video singles in Canada to promote Roberts' previous EP, The Inhuman Condition. "Brother Down" was also re-recorded for this album. In the United States, "Brother Down" was used to promote the album, while in the United Kingdom, "Don't Walk Away Eileen" was used.
Earlier versions of "Brother Down", "Taj Mahal", "The Canadian Dream", "On The Run", "Climb Over Me", and "Paranoia" all previously appeared on Roberts' 2000 independently released Brother Down.
The album won two Juno Awards in 2004: Album of the Year and Rock Album Of The Year. Roberts also won the Juno award for Artist 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.
Sold For A Smile
Sold for a Smile is the third and final album by Canadian rock band The Gandharvas. It was released 1997 in Canada on the Watch Music record label, and 1998 internationally on MCA Records.
The album's lead single, "Downtime", was a hit in Canada, peaking at #8 on Canada's Alternative chart. The 1998 MCA release includes a cover version of Cyndi Lauper's song "Time After Time" and a rerecorded version of The Gandharvas' 1994 hit "The First Day of Spring".
Whale Music is a 1992 studio album by Canadian rock band Rheostatics. It should not be confused with the soundtrack to the film Whale Music, which was also composed by the band and released in 1994.
A performance from their concert tour to support this album was released in 2005 as The Whale Music Concert, 1992, a download-only album from Zunior Records.
The album cover is part of a painting by guitarist Martin Tielli.
Make a Pest a Pet
The Age of Electric
TPA Flight 028
What Happens Now?
Dirty Little Rat
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.
The Tragically Hip
Music @ Work is the seventh full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in 2000. It won the 2001 Juno Award for Best Rock Album. The album has been certified 2x Platinum in Canada.
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.
Blame Your Parents
Matt Mays & El Torpedo
Matt Mays & El Torpedo
Matt Mays + El Torpedo is the second album by Matt Mays, released in 2005. It is the first with his band El Torpedo.
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.
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".
The Grapes Of Wrath
These Days is a 1991 album by Canadian rock band The Grapes of Wrath.
Produced by John Leckie and mixed by Gareth Cousins, the album found the band attempting to expand their traditional folk rock sound in a more guitar-heavy alternative rock direction.
Although the album sold well, and spawned the hit singles "You May Be Right" and "I Am Here", it was not as popular with audiences or critics as its predecessor, 1989's Now and Again. Guest musicians on the album included Phil Comparelli and members of XTC
To promote the third single "A Fishing Tale", the band held a contest on Canadian music video channel MuchMusic entitled "Fishing with the Grapes of Wrath". To be eligible to win, viewers had to submit the name of the magazine that Tom Hooper picks up in the video to win a fishing trip with Tom Hooper, Vincent Jones and MuchMusic VJ Terry David Mulligan.
The single "I Am Here" appeared on the RPM Top Singles chart in September 1991.t
These Days was the band's final album of new material for almost a decade. Following the album, Kevin Kane left the band, citing creative differences. The remaining members carried on under the new name Ginger.
King Cobb Steelie
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.
Galaxy of Stooges
The Marble Index
The Marble Index
Matthew Good Band
Underdogs is the second full-length studio album by the Canadian alternative rock group Matthew Good Band, released in Canada in 1997. In a 2000 poll by music magazine Chart, Underdogs was voted the 18th Greatest Canadian album of all time.
Kangaroo (2017 Remaster)
Cool Blue Halo
The Cons & The Pros
There You Go '82-'97
Change of Heart
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.
Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails
(Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves
(Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves is an album by Canadian artist Hawksley Workman, released in 2001 by Isadora Records/Universal Music and re-released for the UK by Ba Da Bing!. It was produced and recorded by Workman at his 'Hawksleytown' studio, with additional recording, mixing & mastering by Joao Carvalho at Umbrella Sound.
Features performances by Sarah Slean and Sarah McElcheran.
The Hardship Post
Somebody Spoke is an album that was nominated for best Alternative Album of the Year in the 1996 Juno Awards.
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.
Hemi-Vision is the third album by Canadian blues-rock band Big Sugar. The album was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 1997 Juno Awards.
The singles from the album were "Diggin' a Hole", "If I Had My Way", "Gone For Good" and "Opem Up Baby". The band also recorded a French language version of "Opem Up Baby", entitled "Ouvres-toi Bébé", for radio airplay in Quebec.
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.
The Secret of My Excess
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