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You want to talk about pressure? Well, imagine if your first album (that's Naveed) sold nearly a million copies in your home country (that's Canada), the press described your group as the second coming and fans bordered on fanatical wherever you played live. Then (gulp) it's time to release your second effort and all eyes are upon you. That was Our Lady Peace's dilemma by the time their 1997 effort, Clumsy, hit the shelves. The release in the end did not reach the same level of intensity for most critics who provided a "been there, done that" sort of defense. Dedicated fans embraced the disc but in the end, "Superman's Dead" and "Automatic Flowers" did not provide the same out-of-nowhere surprise and mayhem that Naveed did. The band does have two very noteworthy fans, however; Jimmy Page and Robert Plant continue to shout the group's praises from the rooftops, which will undoubtedly bring new fans to the fold. --Denise Sheppard
Wow lots of hate here for this one! Not from this guy though.
I got Clumsy when it first came out and none of this bands other music has impressed me as much since. Read more
A few great songs. I always feel like I am listening to Corgan in some passages of Our Lady Peace tunes.
Vamos! Al! Grano! Read more
Don't know why I didn't buy this 10 years ago...Good songs. Brings back memories. Good condition at a great price.Published on August 12, 2013 by Bil47
I received the CD case pictured here for 'Clumsy' by Our Lady Peace. When I opened the case I found a CD I am not a big fan of, 'Happiness...Is Not A Fish', also by Our Lady Peace. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Matthew R. Knell
i fell in love with our lady peace when they would be showed on fuse the canadian music channel. i like the naveed album a little better because its early stuff but this one is... Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by Ben Dover