In Violet Light
Infobox Album | Name = In Violet Light
The Tragically Hip
June 11, 2002
Compass Point Studios(Nassau) & The Bathouse Recording Studio( Bath, Ontario)
Rock and Roll
Length = 45:16
Label = Universal
Hugh Padgham, The Tragically Hip, Mark Vreeken
* [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:4u3gtq5zpu43~T1 All Music Guide] Rating|3|5
Rolling Stone" (Not Rated) [http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/thetragicallyhip/albums/album/134872/review/5944183/in_violet_light link] | Last album = " Music at Work"
This album = "In Violet Light"
Next album = "
In Between Evolution"
After the album was released, in 2003
singer Gordon Downiereleased his second solo album of musicand poetry, "Battle of the Nudes".
Packaged with the album in stores was a membership card for The Hip Club, an online fan club which offered three downloadable bonus tracks, "Forest Edge", "Problem Bears" and "Ultra Mundane". As of
May 23, 2006, thehipclub.com is no longer active.
The album was produced by
Hugh Padghamwho has worked extensively with Phil Collins, The Police, Split Enzand Sting among others.
The music video for "'
It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken'" was filmed in Oshawa, Ontario at Parkwood Estate. The light-hearted music video for "The Darkest One" featured Don Cherry and the Trailer Park Boys.
"All Tore Up" is featured as menu music in
XSN Sports' NHL Rivals 2004for the Microsoft Xbox[ [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCT_5aMEMZg YouTube - NHL Rivals 2004 X-Box - Gameplay part 1 of 3 ] ] . This marked the first time a Hip song was licensed for a video game.
All songs were written by The Tragically Hip.
# "Are You Ready" – 2:39
# "Use it Up" – 4:16
# "The Darkest One" – 4:36
# "'It's a Good Life if You Don't Weaken'" – 4:23
# "Silver Jet" – 3:56
# "Throwing off Glass" – 3:28
# "All Tore Up" – 3:33
# "Leave" – 3:59
# "A Beautiful Thing" – 3:33
# "The Dire Wolf" – 4:29
# "The Dark Canuck" – 6:24
* "'It's a Good Life if You Don't Weaken'"
* "The Darkest One"
* "Silver Jet"
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