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The Tragically Hip - Problem Bears

The Tragically Hip - Problem Bears

Performer: The Tragically Hip
Title: Problem Bears
Released: 11 Jun 2002
Label: Not On Label (The Tragically Hip Self-released)
Size MP3 version: 1901 mb
Size FLAC version: 1001 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 204
Genre: Rock

The Tragically Hip - Problem Bears


Tracklist

1Problem Bears2:43

Notes

Exclusive download only track from "thehipclub.com" website, free with membership card that was included with initial copies of the full length CD "In Violet Light".

Album

Problem Bears. This song is by The Tragically Hip and appears on the album In Violet Light 2002. Writing a song about Lake MemphremagogAnd tonight I don't believeThere are words to spare and be a tip and a nodAdmitting it's half the defeat. Tonight the non essential workerIs hunting the problem bearsOne sounds corneredAnd one can go no furtherAnd it all sounds like it's happening upstairs. This is the discography of Canadian rock band, The Tragically Hip. Through 2016, the Kingston, Ontario group has released 13 studio albums, one live album, one compilation album, and two video albums. They have also released one extended play, and a boxed set. There is also a series of Live albums, sold exclusively through their website under the title Live from the Vault. Land with Crash Vegas, Hothouse Flowers, Midnight Oil and Daniel Lanois. The Tragically Hip. The Hip's self-titled debut album is blanketed with a roadside texture that is interesting because it harnesses their music in its rawest and earliest stages. Gord Downie has not yet mastered his poetic rigidity or his soothsayer approach to obscure experiences and events here, as he does on future albums. Instead, the simplicity of their first outing comes fumbling through on a track like I'm a Werewolf Baby, but redemption is quickly found with the frustrated cry of Small Town Bringdown, complete with an anticipated chorus and burnished guitar. Tragically Hip - Problem Bears Letra e música para ouvir - Writing a song about lake memphramagog, And tonight i don't believe there are words to spare and be a tip and a nod, Admitting it's half the defeat, . Tonight the non-essential worker is hunting the problem bears One sounds cornered and one can go no further And it all sounds like it's happening upstairs. Do you hear that Like dry leaves a-straggling Or a guard dog's claws on cement Or an idea that's gettin' more determined to get where it's gettin'. Songs in album The Tragically Hip - The Tragically Hip 1987. The Tragically Hip - Small Town Bringdown. The Tragically Hip - Last American Exit. The Tragically Hip - Killing Time. The Tragically Hip - Evelyn. The Tragically Hip - Cemetery Sideroad. The Tragically Hip - I'm A Werewolf, Baby. The Tragically Hip - All Canadian Surf Club. Total votes: 5. Other albums by The Tragically Hip. Music Work. Alternative Rock. Phantom Power. The Tragically Hip - Gord Downie, Paul Langlois, Rob Baker, Gord Sinclair & Johnny Fay. Tragically Hip, often referred to simply as The Hip, were a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario, consisting of lead front man Gord Downie, guitarist Paul Langlois, guitarist Rob Baker known as Bobby Baker until 1994, bassist Gord Sinclair, and drummer Johnny Fay. They released 13 studio albums, two live albums, one EP, and 54 singles over a 33-year career. Nine of their albums have reached No. 1 on the Canadian charts. They have received numerous Canadian music awards, including 16 Juno Awards. Tragically Hip - Problem Bears Writing a song about Lake MemphremagogAnd tonight I dont believe There are words to spare and be a t. In October 2006 The Tragically Hip released a new album of all-new-material entitled World Container, the disc was recorded and mixed with producer Bob Rock in various locations, including Maui, Vancouver and Toronto the first single off the band's eleventh LP, In View, peaked at 1 in Canada where the album fell just one place short of the peak position. The Tragically Hips latest album, Man Machine Poem, is likely to be their last. Recorded before Gord Downies cancer diagnosis and produced by Broken Social Scenes Kevin Drew and Dave Hamelin, formerly of the Stills, the album takes its name from a song on the groups previous release, 2012s Now for Plan A. The set lists on the Hips final tour have been changing for every show, but one of the most. played has been Man Machine Poem closer Machine, a beautiful vehicle for Downies poetry and an apt summation of his artistic mission for all these years: I write about wordsI find treasure. Tragically Hip Problem Bears lyrics. Writing a song about Lake Memphremagog And tonight I don't believe There are words to spare and be a tip and a nod Admitting it's half the defeat. Do you hear that Like dry leaves a-straggling Or a guard dog's claws on cement Or an idea that's gettin' more determined To get where it's gettin'