The Tragically Hip To Reissue Debut Album ‘Up To Here’ As Deluxe Box Set

The Tragically Hip have announced plans to release a commemorative box set of their debut album, Up To Here, the latest installment of special deluxe packages, on November 8 via UMe. Up to Here was released in September 1989. It is one of the band's most successful albums, achieving Diamond status in Canada for sales…

The Tragically Hip To Reissue Debut Album ‘Up To Here’ As Deluxe Box Set

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The Tragically Hip have announced plans to release a commemorative box set of their debut album, Up To Here, the latest installment of special deluxe packages, on November 8 via UMe.

Up to Here was released in September 1989. It is one of the band’s most successful albums, achieving Diamond status in Canada for sales of over a million copies, earning the band a Juno Award for Most Promising Artist, and also introducing fan-favorite songs such as “Blow at High Dough,” “New Orleans Is Sinking,” and “Boots or Hearts.”

The expanded reissue of Up To Here will be available as a four-LP set on 180-gram vinyl alongside a book documenting the history of the debut album era. The reissue includes a 2024 remastering of the original album and four previously unreleased songs that didn’t make it on the original Up To Here album – “She’s Got What It Takes,” “Get Back Again,” “Rain, Hearts And Fire” and “Wait So Long.”

A recording of Live at Misty Moon, the special filmed for MuchMusic in 1990 from the Misty Moon Cabaret in Halifax, with an accompanying 1-hour concert film, is also included on Blu-ray. The package also contains demos from 1988 recorded before the Up To Here recording session. The package will also be available in a three-disc CD format.

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