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Album Review

Canada's Our Lady Peace makes a stunning debut with Naveed, almost avoiding the mid-'90s reign of Seattle's grunge. Mixing fierce melodies among '60s hard rock guitars, Our Lady Peace projects confidence, but is not as angry as Pearl Jam; however, they're abrasive and ready to rage against the corporate social machine. Percussion is tight, and frontman Raine Maida's lyrical poetry is also solid and wailing. Songs like "Supersatellite" and debut single "Starseed" gnarl with Maida's scratchy falsetto, which complements Mike Turner's riveting licks. They're anxious, and that's refreshing for a young band. They're not exactly hoping to define anything, but Our Lady Peace does wish to relish the rock & roll hardballers who came before them. "Hope" and "Denied" are both infectious with Zen-like rhythms similar to the likes of Led Zeppelin, making a definitive stance for the band. Our Lady Peace yearns to achieve a musical position, and Naveed is a decent introduction to the group's own musical spirituality.

Customer Reviews

our lady peace is totally underrated

i can't believe this album only has a couple of reviews! our lady peace is a great band and they never get the credit they deserve. i definitely reccomend this album to anyone who's a fan of the band already, if you're not, you may be better off checking out their album "clumsy" first.

A Little Known Classic

If you've heard of OLP before, you probably know them has a power rock/pop ballad band from hearing "Clumsy", "Superman's Dead", "Life", "Somewhere Out There" or "Innocent" on the radio. Nothing wrong with those songs, however, this OLP's 1st effort was indeed their best effort to date. A better balance of hard rockin' songs w/ slower ballads on this album than subsequent efforts. Three harder tracks that never saw the light of day "The Birdman", "Neon Crossing" and "Julia". Plus "Starseed" which saw some radio play. This is OLP's finest hour. Add it to your collection so that I can say "told you so!"


Where is Spiritual Machines? for some reason it isn't in iTunes' catalog.


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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Naveed, Our Lady Peace
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Alternative, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Oct 26, 1995

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