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Limited edition double vinyl LP pressing including two CDs. 2009 release from the Canadian Roots/Rock outfit. If you still remember why you fell in love with music in the first place, if you still recall discovering songs on an albums that you never knew existed because radio wasn't playing them, if you wondered if popular bands still cared about making great records then take the trip through The Things We Left Behind, Blue Rodeo's 2009 studio album. In their 25 year career, the band have sold over four million records, won an unprecedented five Juno awards as Group of the Year, been handed keys to the City of Toronto and been inducted onto Canada's Walk of Fame. But to them, the accolades and awards mean nothing compared to being musicians. Warner. 2009.
Another great CD from Blue Rodeo! I bought this shortly after the Greatest Hits CD as needed to have them in my collection.Published on Aug. 4 2013 by John Somerville
Typical Blue Rodeo sound and lyrics;some songs immediately jumped out at me after hearing them for the first time but after playing ALL tunes through several times,I realized that... Read morePublished on April 23 2010 by Garry Gulliver
I'm as huge a fan as anyone of this band and my expectations were high for this CD. This may explain in part my disappointment with Blue Rodeo's latest effort. Read morePublished on March 27 2010 by Claude W. Doucet
I think this CD is awesome. But then again I love Blue Rodeos music. I bought it to listen to before going to there concert, which by the way was awesome.Published on Jan. 9 2010 by Shreddie
I am an avid Blue Rodeo fan and wasn't sure what to expect. This set is a departure to some degree from the old Blue Rodeo style and I like it. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2010 by J. Holson-Mazzer
Best Album in years
Amazing work guys!
Can't wait to see you in 2010!
Easily the best Blue Rodeo album in years. A classic, up there with their best (5 Days In July, Lost Together and Casino). Read morePublished on Dec 7 2009 by M. Piltz
The best double record ever recorded by a Canadian band. This is
With out question there finest record since 5 Days in July. Read more