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The Tragically Hip - Road Apples

 (30th Anniversary Edition Box Set Includes 5 LPs + Blu-Ray + Booklet + Poster)


Universal Records



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30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition box set

Original album remastered plus Saskadelphia, Live At The Roxy, unreleased demos, outtakes, more!

Includes 180-gram 5LPs + Blu-ray, booklet and poster!

Blu-ray audio includes Dolby Atmos 7.1, 5.1 and binaural mixes!

Plus unpublished photos, original lyrics, essays and more!

The 30th anniversary edition of one of the most iconic albums from Canada's The Tragically Hip. Working directly with all members of the band, those who worked behind the scenes, and devoted fans, the 30th anniversary Deluxe Edition of Road Apples is a deep dive behind the scenes of what made this album one of the most beloved in The Tragically Hip's deep catalog.

This Deluxe Edition comes with 5LPs, including the Road Apples album remastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in Nashville, Saskadelphia, Live at the Roxy Los Angeles, May 3, 1991 (originally recorded for a Westwood One radio show and often bootlegged) and unreleased demos,outtakes and alternate versions. Blu-ray contains Dolby Atmos, 7.1, 5.1, and binaural mixes by Richard Chycki of Road Apples, and five cuts from Saskadelphia. Also includes a 36-page booklet, a 1991 24'x 37' promo poster, never-before-seen photos, original lyrics, essays, and more.

The packaging features unique newly created album artwork for the box set cover and each title within the vinyl configuration. Also included is a 1991 - 24' x 37' promo poster, and a 36-page booklet containing: reproductions of original lyrics from Gord Downie's personal notebooks and never before seen photos from Kingsway recording sessions and the Road Apples era; track by track descriptions; tribute to late producer Don Smith; further commentary from the band; essays from Bruce Dickinson and Mark Vreeken; and liner notes by Mike Mettler edited by Lindsay Pereira. Numerous rare artifacts from the band's personal and from fan collections are highlighted throughout.


Record 1 – Road Apples 2021 Remaster
Side 1
1. Little Bones
2. Twist My Arm
3. Cordelia
4. The Luxury
5. Born In The Water
6. Long Time Running
Side 2
1. Bring It All Back
2. Three Pistols
3. Fight
4. On The Verge
5. Fiddler’s Green
6. The Last Of The Unplucked Gems

Record 2 Saskadelphia
Side 1
1. Ouch
2. Not Necessary
3. Montreal (Live)
Side 2
1. Crack My Spine Like A Whip
2. Just As Well
3. Reformed Baptist Blues

Record 3 Live At The Roxy, Los Angeles May 3rd, 1991
Side 1
1. Little Bones
2. She Didn’t Know
3. Twist My Arm
4. Highway Girl
Side 2
1. Cordelia
2. Trickle Down
3. The Luxury
4. Three Pistols
5. Fight

Record 4 Live At The Roxy, Los Angeles May 3rd, 1991
Side 3
1. I’ll Believe In You (Or I’ll Be Leaving You Tonight)
2. New Orleans Is Sinking
3. On The Verge
Side 4
1. Long Time Running
2. Blow At High Dough
3. All Canadian Surf Club

Record 5 Hoof-Hearted (An album of unreleased demos, outtakes & alternate versions)
Side 1
1. Cordelia (Outtake)
2. Bring It All Back (February 1990 Demo)
3. Fiddler’s Green (Alternate Version)
4. Fight (Outtake)
Side 2
1. Born In The Water (Outtake)
2. Little Bones (Alternate Acoustic Version)
3. If You Lived Here (June 1990 Demo of Unreleased Song)
4. Angst On The Planks (Demo Version of “Cordelia”)
5. The Last Of The Unplucked Gems (Full Length Version)

Blu-ray Road Apples & Saskadelphia Blu-ray Dolby Atmos, 7.1, 5.1, Binaural Mixes
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
13. Ouch
14. Not Necessary
15. Crack My Spine Like A Whip
16. Just As Well
17. Reformed Baptist Blues

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