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The Tragically Hip EP
EP by The Tragically Hip
Released 1987
Recorded ???
Genre Rock and Roll
Length 27 min 8 s
Record label BMG
Producer Ken Greer
The Tragically Hip Chronology

The Tragically Hip EP
(1987)
Up to Here
(1989)


The Tragically Hip EP is the first release from Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.


Released in 1987, it did not make much of an impact on the Canadian music scene, and it is still not considered one of their best works. Singer Gord Downie's lyrics and the music of the rest of the band would progress much farther even by the time of their first full-length album; however, "Small Town Bringdown", "Last American Exit", and "All-Canadian Surf Club" do show some resemblance to later work.


All songs were written and performed by The Tragically Hip.


Track listing

  1. "Small Town Bringdown" - 3:05
  2. "Last American Exit" - 3:50
  3. "Killing Time" - 4:50
  4. "Evelyn" - 2:25
  5. "Cemetery Sideroad" - 3:15
  6. "I'm a Werewolf, Baby" - 3:20
  7. "Highway Girl" - 3:28
  8. "All-Canadian Surf Club" - 2:50 (appears on the CD release only)

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The Tragically Hip - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (461 words)
The Tragically Hip is a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario.
The Tragically Hip — often referred to simply as The Hip — consist of Rob Baker (guitar), Gordon Downie (vocals, guitar), Johnny Fay (drums), Paul Langlois (guitar), and Gord Sinclair (bass).
The Tragically Hip's most recent album is In Between Evolution, which was released on June 29th, 2004.
The Tragically Hip EP - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (151 words)
The Tragically Hip EP is the first release from Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.
Released in 1987, it did not make much of an impact on the Canadian music scene, and it is still not considered one of their best works.
All songs were written and performed by The Tragically Hip.
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