The best and worst Canadian music ever made, a collective soundtrack of disparate lives.
The ink- and electron-stained wretches of the BCBusiness digital and editorial teams got together and reminisced about dropping out of high school, growing up in Comox, admiring Corey Hart's lips, grimacing through Alanis's ear-puncturing first career. And took comprehensive notes.
And this, friend, is the result: the best and worst Canadian music we could think of, the highs and lows of music north of the 49th in the last 50 years. For some songs, we feel only gratitude. And for others, a resentment time does nothing to dull.