Published Feb 06, 2017All 17 of the Tragically Hip's records rose into the Billboard Canadian Albums chart following their nationally televised final show last summer. Now, three of the band's most beloved works are set to come back to vinyl this spring.
Retail listings show that the Kingston outfit's 1994 LP Day for Night, 1996's Trouble at the Henhouse and 1997 live album Live Between Us will all arrive as 2xLP sets on April 21. The listings reveal that all three reissues were remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway mastering and will arrive on 180-gram vinyl.
The reissues mark the first time the exceedingly rare records have come back to vinyl since their initial releases. Sites such as Discogs show that Day for Night has previously sold for nearly $500 CAD, while Trouble at the Henhouse has commanded up to $400 CAD in the past. A listing for an original pressing of Live Between Us also currently features an astronomical starting price of $1,171.05 CAD.
Thankfully for the wallets of Hip fans everywhere, these reissues are currently listed $29.99 CAD each, and can be pre-ordered separately or in a bundle here. The band treated their self-titled debut EP to a reissue back in 2015.