Fully Completely is the third studio album by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. The album was released in October 1992 and produced by Chris Tsangarides. The cover art was designed by Dutch artist Lieve Prins. It produced six singles: "Locked in the Trunk of a Car", "Fifty Mission Cap", "Courage (For Hugh MacLennan)", "At the Hundredth Meridian", "Looking for a Place to Happen", and "Fully Completely".
Day for Night is the fourth studio album by the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It is named for the film of the same name. The album was very successful in Canada, with domestic sales of 300,000 units within four days of its release. It was the band's first album to debut at on the Canadian Albums Chart. The album has been certified 6x platinum in Canada. Promotional tours for the album included stints touring with The Rolling Stones and Page and Plant.
Pushing their bluesy twang to the background, but keeping their earnestness front and center, the Hip strike creative gold with the meat-and-potatoes alt-rock of Fully Completely. The songs are rhythm-driven, with prominent bass leading a shimmer of rootsy guitars and the arch drawl of frontman Gordon Downie. The stealthily incisive "At the Hundredth Meridian" and passionately amped-up "Locked in the Trunk of a Car" embrace an unexpected darkness, emblematic of this album's captivating, post-punk luminescence. Fully Completely The Tragically Hip.
The 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.
The Tragically Hip. Produced by Chris Tsangarides. Album Fully Completely. Fully Completely Lyrics. Bring me back in shackles Hang me long out in the sun Exonerate me Forget about me. I recommend measures for ending it Lover, she simply slammed the door She said, "You're going to miss me Wait and you'll see" Fully and completely. Bring me back in shackles And hang me long out in the sun Exonerate me Then forget about me Wait and you'll see Just wait and you'll see Fully and completely Fully and completely Fully and completely. About Fully Completely. This is the title track of The Tragically Hip’s third album, Fully Completely (1992).
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With Fully Completely, The Hip took their gritty blues influenced rock sound that had them placed among the top of the Canadian music scene and elaborated, creating a more atmospheric, art rock feel along side with their traditional roots. With albums like ‘Up To Here’ and ‘Road Apples’ to their name, The Tragically Hip were one of the bigger names in Canada, yet received little attention outside. Often regarded as one of, if not their finest, most encompassing album, Fully Completely is an essential, symbolic record with more than half of the album still getting regular play on the air today. Produced by Chris Tsangarides (who’s worked with Depeche Mode, Killing Joke), Fully Completely showcases the band at its best. Gord Downie and crew have all improved significantly on their already impressive assets with Downie’s lyrics still having that close to home feel.
Features Song Lyrics for The Tragically Hip's Fully Completely album. The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely Album Lyrics. 1. Fifty-Mission Cap Lyrics.
This song is by The Tragically Hip and appear. ring me back in shacklesHang me long out in the sunExonerate meForget about me. I recommend measures for ending itLover, she simply slammed the doorShe said, "You're going to miss meWait and you'll see"Fully and completely.