11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Our Lady Peace's scorching sophomore release established the Toronto trio as an alt-rock force to be reckoned with. Building on influences like Smashing Pumpkins and Jane's Addiction, the band blasts through volcanic tracks like the deliciously angst-ridden "Superman's Dead," the lighters-in-the-air power ballad "4am," and the swaggering "Automatic Flowers." The punishing guitar squall, propulsive rhythms, and blazing vocals are all buffed to tuneful big-rock-sound greatness, making Clumsy as immediately likeable as it is fierce.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Our Lady Peace's scorching sophomore release established the Toronto trio as an alt-rock force to be reckoned with. Building on influences like Smashing Pumpkins and Jane's Addiction, the band blasts through volcanic tracks like the deliciously angst-ridden "Superman's Dead," the lighters-in-the-air power ballad "4am," and the swaggering "Automatic Flowers." The punishing guitar squall, propulsive rhythms, and blazing vocals are all buffed to tuneful big-rock-sound greatness, making Clumsy as immediately likeable as it is fierce.

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