The Tragically Hip - Saskadelphia (12", EP, Stereo)
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Saskadelphia is an EP by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, released on May 21, 2021.
The band's first album released since the death of lead singer Gord Downie in 2017, the album consists of six previously unreleased tracks connected to the recording sessions for their 1991 album Road Apples.
Its first single, "Ouch", reached #5 on the Canadian Rock song chart.
Saskadelphia had been the original working title of Road Apples during the recording sessions but was rejected by the band's record label. Five of the six songs on the album are the original studio recordings, while one song is included in a later live performance as the original studio version could not be found. All six recordings were among those the band rediscovered only in 2019 after a New York Times Magazine article that had listed the band as being among those artists whose master tapes had been lost in the 2008 Universal Studios fire led to the discovery that their tapes had in fact been transferred back to Canada many years earlier.
Label: Universal Music Canada 3587348
Format: Vinyl, 12", EP, Stereo
Style: Alternative Rock
A2 Not Necessary
A3 Montreal (Live From The Molson Centre, Montreal, QC, Dec. 7th, 2000)
B1 Crack My Spine (Like A Whip)
B2 Just As Well
B3 Rerformed Baptist Blues