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Predating Arcade Fire's Funeral by two years, the sophomore album by Toronto's Broken Social Scene did more to define the ramshackle sound of early '00s indie rock collectives than just about any other record. "KC Accidental" is a rallying cry of blaring guitars and smashed drums, while "Pacific Theme" takes a breezy tropical direction, and "Lover's Spit" is a towering anthem for disaffected paramours. A stone cold classic.

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This album changed my life. From the first to the last note it is all spectacular. The vocals are an acquired taste, but once you've heard it once, you will never look back. Cannot say enough about how talented these people are. The sound is the most unique thing to come out of Toronto in decades.

Fantastic, amazing, unforgettable.

If I had to pick one album as my all-time favorite, this would be it. I'm always finding new things about it that I love. The songs are simply beautiful.


This album is absolutely amazing, one the best by BSS!


Formed: 1999 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

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

Broken Social Scene materialized in 1999 when K.C. Accidental's Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, formerly of By Divine Right, bonded their friendship into a band. They spent the next few years honing an atmospheric rock sound in their native Toronto and the dynamic was great. Feel Good Lost marked their debut album in 2001 and introduced a revolving cast of Canadian indie musicians. Drew's fellow mate from Do Make Say Think, Charles Spearin, was added to the band, as well as Evan Cranley (Stars),...
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