Tragically Hip ~ Fully Completely

Tragically Hip ~ Fully Completely

Tragically Hip ~ Fully Completely

Fully Completely is the third studio album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. The album was released in October 1992 and produced by Chris Tsangarides. The album produced six singles: "Locked in the Trunk of a Car", "Fifty Mission Cap", "Courage (For Hugh MacLennan)", "At the Hundredth Meridian", "Looking for a Place to Happen", and "Fully Completely".

The Tragically Hip had released two full-length albums (Up To Here and Road Apples) before Fully Completely, working with producer Don Smith. While the albums had been successful in Canada, the Tragically Hip had not broken into the American market in a significant way. Hip guitarist Rob Baker later voiced the opinion that collaborating with the same producer on multiple projects (as the Hip had done with their first two albums) becomes troublesome because "little politics and intrigues enter into things". In late 1992, Producer Chris Tsangarides had just completed production on an album by Concrete Blonde, and was eager to work with the Tragically Hip. MCA, responsible for the financial success of the album, favored Tsangarides because of his proven ability to generate an American radio-friendly sound.During production of the second album, singer Gordon Downie had announced that he would no longer sing lyrics written by other members of the band. Fully Completely was the first album that would follow that decision by Downie. 

1  Courage (For Hugh MacLennan) 

2  Looking For A Place To Happen 

3  At The Hundredth Meridian 

4  Pigeon Camera 

5  Lionized 

6  Locked In The Trunk Of A Car 

7  We'll Go Too 

8  Fully Completely 

9  Fifty-Mission Cap 

10  Wheat Kings 

11  The Wherewithal 

12  Eldorado

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