Tragically Hip ~ Road Apples

Tragically Hip ~ Road Apples

Tragically Hip ~ Road Apples

Road Apples is the second studio album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. The album contains the hit singles "Three Pistols", “Little Bones,” and “Twist My Arm." During the Hip's last tour, in 2016, songs from this album were played live on a regular basis, featuring the above-mentioned songs as well as ”Long Time Running”, “Last of the Unplucked Gems”, “The Luxury”, and “Fiddler's Green.” References to many prominent figures were used, including Tom Thomson and Jacques Cousteau, as well as political situations in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The track “Fiddler's Green" was written for Gord Downie's young nephew, who died during the writing of the album. Because of the personal nature of the song, the Hip did not play it live often, but they played it on a regular basis during their final tour.

1991 breakthrough album from Canadian outfit, recorded in New Orleans, was their first album to hit #1 on the Canadian charts.

1 Little Bones

2 Twist My Arm

3 Cordelia

4 The Luxury

5 Born In The Water

6 Long Time Running

7 Bring It All Back

8 Three Pistols

9 Fight

10 On The Verge

11 Fiddler's Green

12 The Last Of The Unplucked Gems

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