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Album Review

For all intents and purposes, Burn Burn is another Our Lady Peace album, still sounding like a hybrid of Joshua Tree-era U2 and latter-day Goo Goo Dolls, but the quirks, including the political inclinations of Healthy, are toned down in favor of a gleaming adult alternative sound. Because OLP are a rock band first and foremost, the slower moments are anthemic rather than sappy and the fist-pumping rockers are infused with righteousness, with the two extremes tied together by a spaciness that splits the difference between U2 and Coldplay.


Formed: 1992 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Our Lady Peace was one of the most successful Canadian bands of the post-grunge era, issuing platinum-selling album after platinum-selling album while also enjoying modest acclaim in America. The group formed at the University of Toronto in 1992, where vocalist Raine Maida and guitarist Mike Turner (a British expatriate) first banded together under the name "As If". They later recruited bassist Chris Eacrett and jazz drummer Jeremy Taggart, and the quartet changed its name to Our Lady Peace in tribute...
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