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The Watchmen (band)

The Watchmen
Origin Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1988–2003, 2008–present
Labels MCA (1991-96), EMI (1997-2002)
Associated acts Doctor
Members Daniel Greaves
Joey Serlin
Ken Tizzard
Sammy Kohn
Past members Pete Loewen
Ryan Ahoff

The Watchmen are a Canadian rock band. They were one of the most commercially successful Canadian alternative rock groups of the mid to late 1990s. During their peak years the band had three gold records (McLaren Furnace Room, Silent Radar, and Slomotion) and one platinum record (In The Trees). In addition, they have toured Canada numerous times, were the opening act for The Tragically Hip, and co-headlined a national tour with Big Wreck.

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • Studio albums 1.1
    • Live albums 1.2
    • Singles 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

Studio albums

Year Title Chart positions Certifications
CAN
[1][2]
CAN
[3]
1992 McLaren Furnace Room - Gold
1994 In The Trees 34 Platinum
1996 Brand New Day 37
1998 Silent Radar 28 Gold
2001 Slomotion 6 Gold

Live albums

Singles

Year Title Peak Chart Position Album
CAN
[4]
CAN
Alt

[5]
CAN Content (Cancon)
[6]
1992 "Cracked" 87 - 2 McLaren Furnace Room
"Run and Hide" - - -
1993 "Must to Be Free" - - 8
1994 "Boneyard Tree" 29 - - In The Trees
"Wiser" 74 - -
"All Uncovered" 23 - 5
1995 "Lusitana" 65 - -
1996 "Incarnate" 26 10 - Brand New Day
"Shut Up" 48 - -
"Zoom" - 24 -
1998 "Stereo" - 5 - Silent Radar
"Any Day Now" 39 3 -
"Say Something" 45 - -
1999 "Brighter Hell" - - -
2001 "Absolutely Anytime" - - - Slomotion
2002 "Holiday (Slow It Down)" - - -

References

  1. ^ "The Watchmen Top Albums/CDs positions".  
  2. ^ "The Watchmen — Billboard Albums".  
  3. ^ "Gold/Platinum".  
  4. ^ "The Watchmen Top Singles positions".  
  5. ^ "The Watchmen Rock/Alternative positions".  
  6. ^ "The Watchmen Canadian Content positions".  

External links

  • Official website
  • AllMusic Guide page
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