Canadian rockers The Tragically Hip gave their final performance in 2017 in an event that was broadcast across the country.  Shortly after that historic concert, lead singer Gord Downey died as the result of a brain tumour.

The Hip are no longer performing but fans have some new music to blast from their speakers with the boxed set “Fully Completely”.  In celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary of the band’s third album, the boxed set is available on vinyl in a three piece set.

The 2014 Deluxe release was available only on CD; now for the first time fans can purchase the same package on vinyl that includes the album “Fully Completely”, the “Live at the Horseshoe” September 13, 1992 show, bonus studio sessions, five lithographs, and a 56 page book.  The package also includes a Blu-ray of the album and a remastered edition of the film “Heksenketel”.

“Fully Completely” was originally recorded in London and went on to sell some two million copies in their homeland of Canada.

The Hip have also planned to release more compilation and boxed set releases in the coming year.

Since their beginning in Kingston, Ontario in 1984, The Tragically Hip went on to release 13 studio albums, earn 16 Juno (Canadian Grammy) Awards, and be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and the Canada Walk of Fame.