1. Red Rover 04:57

2. Nashville Grass 03:49

3. She Left Ashes 04:04

4. Nicontina (She's All That) 04:02

5. So Not Over 03:33

6. Butterball 04:06

7. Bump On The Head 04:12

8. Lost And Found 03:55

9. Bad Old Days 03:36

10.We Could Live 04:10

11.Pretty Bird 03:12

12.All Hell For A Basement 04:00

13.O Canada 02:17

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Includes many of the concert anthems that make Big Sugar famous for their live shows. "All Hell For A Basement", "Red Rover", "Nicotina" and the ultimate version of "O Canada".


Brothers and Sisters, Are You Ready? is the fifth album by Big Sugar, It was released concurrently with a separate album containing French language versions of the same songs, Brothers and Sisters, Êtes Vous Ready?. The album was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2002 Juno Awards

Produced by Gordie Johnson

Engineers: Darius Szczepaniak, Dan Kurtz
Additional Recording by: Big Ben Richardson, Scott Lake
Recorded at: The Bakery and Phase One Audio Group, Toronto, Canada Mixed at: Phase One Audio Group, Toronto, Canada

Mastered by: Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York

Art Direction: Gordie Johnson and Smart Media, Toronto, Canada

Photography: James “Bizi” Dittiger (live photo) / Margaret Malandruccolo (portrait)

Music performed by:
Gordie Johnson: vocals, guitar, bass
Garry Lowe: bass, vocals
Kelly “Mr. Chill” Hoppe: keyboards, sax, harmonica, vocals
Al Cross: King of the drums Mojah: rhythm guitar, vocals
All dubwise extension by AlKaline

Additional vocals by Molly Johnson, Whitey Don, Patrick Ballantyne Additional Horns: Rich I-Sax, Maxi-Bone, Joe Public
Additional Keyboards: Eric Yealland
DJ on “We Could Live”: Mick Sleeper

Dedicated to the memory of Danny Gallagher. Extra Long Life.

Released July 3, 2001.