Three Pistols

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"Three Pistols"
Three Pistols.jpg
Single by The Tragically Hip
from the album Road Apples
Released 1991
Format Promo CD single
Recorded Barris Studios (New Orleans)
September 1990
Genre Rock
Length 3:48
Label MCA
Sire (U.S.)
Songwriter(s) The Tragically Hip
Producer(s) Don Smith
The Tragically Hip singles chronology
"Little Bones"
(1991)
"Three Pistols"
(1991)
"Twist My Arm"
(1991)
"Little Bones"
(1991)
"Three Pistols"
(1991)
"Twist My Arm"
(1991)

"Three Pistols" is the second single by The Tragically Hip from the band's second studio album, Road Apples. The song reached #1 on the RPM CANCON (Canadian Content) chart.[1] The title of the song refers to the city of Trois-Pistoles, Quebec, and the song is about the Canadian artist Tom Thomson.[2]

Charts[edit]

Year Peak Chart Position
CAN CAN Content (Cancon)
1991 59[3] 1[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Canadian Content (Cancon) - Volume 53, No. 24, May 18, 1991". RPM. Retrieved 2010-09-15. 
  2. ^ "hipmuseum.com". Retrieved 2010-09-15. 
  3. ^ "Top Singles - Volume 54, No. 2, June 15, 1991". RPM. Retrieved 2010-09-15.