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Saskadelphia LP

The Tragically Hip

Description

Saskadelphia was the working title for an intended Tragically Hip double album release. It spoke to the amount of live shows the band were doing at the time - they never knew if they were going to be in Saskatchewan or Philadelphia. ‘Road Apples’ became the album title which was the band’s first #1 album in Canada. Saskedelphia features all previously unreleased tracks recorded at Barris Studios in New Orleans in the Fall of 1990 & was produced by Don Smith.

Tracklist

A1. Ouch 
A2. Not Necessary 
A3. Montreal 
B1. Crack My Spine Like a Whip
B2. Just As Well 
B3. Reformed Baptist Blues

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