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This song, released on 1999, is considered the groups signature song. It's named after a town about 100 miles northeast of Toronto Ont Canada. Gord Downie said the song could really be about any small town. The song was used in The Trailer Park Boys theme song for "The Movie'. The song reached #3 on the Canadian Singles chart.
This song hails from the 1990 album "Up To Here" and reached #41 on the charts when it was released as a single.
1992 saw the released of the album "Fully Completely" which spawned six singles, including this song. The album did well in Canada as expected but there is no info available on the charting status for each song.
This song is from the 1994 album "Day For Night" but the song was never released as a single.
This is another song from the "Fully Completely" album but was never released as a single.
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