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The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely (Remastered Deluxe Edition) (2014)

19-11-2014, 08:36
Music | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely (Remastered Deluxe Edition) (2014)

Artist: The Tragically Hip
Title Of Album: Fully Completely (Remastered Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Universal Music
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Alt Rock, Roots Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 108:02 Min
Total Size: 276 Mb | 754 Mb


CD 1
01. Courage (For Hugh MacLennan) 4:27
02. Looking For A Place To Happen 4:17
03. At The Hundredth Meridian 3:20
04. Pigeon Camera 4:33
05. Lionized 3:20
06. Locked In The Truck Of A Car 4:42
07. We'll Go Too 3:23
08. Fully Completely 3:30
09. Fifty-Mission Cap 4:10
10. Wheat Kings 4:17
11. The Wherewithal 2:54
12. Eldorado 3:45
13. Radio Show 4:39
14. So Hard Done By (Original Version) 2:59

CD 2
01. At The Hundredth Meridian (Live) 3:53
02. Fifty Mission Cap (Live) 4:10
03. We'll Go Too (Live) 3:56
04. Fully Completely (Live) 3:54
05. Pigeon Camera (Live) 4:32
06. Twist My Arm (Live) 3:50
07. Lionized (Live) 3:34
08. Wheat Kings (Live) 4:06
09. Eldorado (Live) 4:08
10. Looking For A Place To Happen (Live) 4:50
11. Courage (For Hugh MacLennan) (Live) 4:13
12. Locked In The Truck Of A Car (Live) 4:52
13. The Wherewithal (Live) 3:34

Fully Completely is where Kingston, Ontario's Tragically Hip finally come to the apex of their talent. Lead singer Gord Downie sounds crisp and full of life, and the songs he verbally dramatizes are rich in lyrical sharpness and instrumental color. With more than half of this album's songs being released to Canadian radio, it established the Hip as a mainstream contender and rescued them from their bar band persona. Songs like "Courage" and "At the Hundredth Meridian" glimmer with Downie's poetic finesse while basking in the dimmed glow of background guitar. "Fifty-Mission Cap" is centered around their interest of hockey nostalgia, and "Locked in the Trunk of a Car" simmers with an R.E.M.-type brusqueness that hovers in mystery. The astuteness of "Wheat Kings" comes off as one of their best slow songs, once again elevated from Gord Downie's peculiar unequivocalness. Letting Downie glide into each song with his complex philosophical idioms was a step in the right direction, a feat that was almost mastered on 1991's Road Apples, but fell just inches short. The Tragically Hip prove on Fully Completely that their level of maturity and musical craftsmanship have finally come to fruition.

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