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The Tragically Hip - In Between Evolution

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In Between Evolution is the ninth full-length album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was recorded at Studio X in Seattle and was released June 29, 2004. The album debuted at #1 in Canada, selling 22,500 copies in its first week. However, sales of the album dropped by 50 percent the following week. The album was certified Platinum in Canada in September 2004.

One of the major themes of this album is the response to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. "Heaven Is a Better Place Today" doubles as a tribute to Dan Snyder, a player for the Atlanta Thrashers hockey team who died in an automobile accident nine months before the album's release, and for young men being sent to war.

The Hip performed a rough version of the song "It Can't be Nashville Every Night" on a season two episode of Canadian situation comedy TV program Corner Gas, as a local band renting out main character Brent Leroy's garage for band practice.

Release info

Label: MusicVaultz 0255705626
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Canada
Released: 2017
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock


A1 Heaven Is A Better Place Today
A2 Summer's Killing Us
A3 Gus: The Polar Bear From Central Park
A4 Vaccination Scar
A5 It Can't Be Nashville Every Night
A6 If New Orleans Is Beat
B1 You're Everywhere
B2 As Makeshift As We Are
B3 Mean Streak
B4 The Heart Of The Melt
B5 One Night In Copenhagen
B6 Are We Family
B7 Goodnight Josephine

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