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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


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 15, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: April 15, 1997
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000002BU0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,697 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Whitey D on June 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Naveed was a light affair. Simple grungy rock songs with typical lyrics and typical vocals. Good stuff to listen to without much depth. Our Lady Peace's second album, Clumsy, immidiately lays waste to the sound established on Naveed. The first spin I gave this album, I was almost appalled. My mind was not ready for the transition from Naveed to this. But, this album, except for Spiritual Machines, is the one I come back to the most because of the fact that it has what Naveed lacks, and that is depth. Let's talk about the sound a little more. The spacey guitar chords and lazy tempos have been dropped for tight riffs and tense beats. The real strength in this album though, is not it's dark heavy rockers, but it's quiet and reflective ballads. 4 AM and the title track show true emotion and talent. 4 AM goes from a lone guitar and a hushed voice, to a beautiful climaxing finale that shows maturity of a band way beyond OLP's age, and is easily the best track on the album. It's not to say the heavy music isn't noteworthy either, Superman's Dead, Automatic Flowers, Big Dumb Rocket and the Story of 100 Aisles all rock mightily and are great songs. One song that really is worth mentioning in detail is the 3rd track, Carnival. The music and lyrics combine during the verses to really put your mindframe in an apocolypitic carnival, which blasts into an anthemic chorus that is most likely the strongest on the album. This one is an experiment that could have gone both ways, but luckily, stands out as one of the albums best tracks.
OLP never again visited the pure anger displayed by Clumsy, and went on to make great uplifting music in Spiritual Machines and Happiness. But this album spotlights more dark feelings, brooding melodies and a sense of urgency in every song. It's an experience that should not be missed out on. OLP freaking rocks by the way, and Gravity's release is a mere 3 days away! Enjoy and thanks for reading.
Dan
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Leach on September 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
When I bought this CD, I already owned Gravity, Spiritual Machines, and Happiness...is not a fish that you can catch. I would have considered myself a fan, but not nearly to the extent I would now. What made that transfer was Clumsy. And I will tell you why in my review/best parts.
1. Superman's Dead- An excellent start to this excellent albumn. Great guitar, and if you're a fan of Naveed you'll see that Maida's vocals have expanded. Best part: Doesn't anybody ever know that the world's a subway?
2. Automatic Flowers- This song paints an interesting picture of a girl whose pop-up book is driving her insane. This song is actually sort of personal to me because there have been many days where I'll be alone in my room, doing anything to keep myself afloat.
3. Carnival- The tune at the beginning is actually the type of music you would expect to be played at a carnival. It has melodic verses with a harder chorus, keeping it interesting. Best part: You worry about the future, sign said, "Yoga Class for Cats".
4. Big Dumb Rocket- The humming at the beginning is brilliance.
5. 4 A.M.- Called this because it's when Raine wrote it and his father's initials are "A.M." By far, it is OLP'###### personal song. Very well written.
6. Shaking- This is my least favourite song on the disc. The verses aren't bad, in fact it's rather catchy. But it's just the way he says, "Why"- dragging it out. It sort of hits a nerve. Best part: You're rushing to meditate, should eat but probably wait. And when they clap.
7. Clumsy- This is sort of reminiscent of Carnival. It's the encouraging I'm-here-for-you type song Our Lady Peace has on every albumn. Best part: You realize that sometimes you're just not okay, you level off...but it's not alright now.
8. Hello Oskar- I love this song.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "ketchup22" on July 23, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I believe that this is Our Lady Peace's best work. I have the "canadian" version and as i see on the "u.s." tracklist, there's three different versions of clumsy? What's up with that?
Anyway, he's a closer look at clumsy (note: the tracklist im using the canadian version)
1. Superman's Dead 5/5 - The rise to OLP's stardom 2. Automatic Flowers 5/5 - This track was not origanlly supposed to be on clumsy but im glad it's on 3. Carnival 5/5 - another great olp song that will stay in your head for days 4. Big Dumb Rocket 5/5 - this is a great song 5. 4am 5/5 - a song about Raine's father, excellent song 6. shaking 4/5 - make that a 4 and a half 7. clumsy 5/5 - two words - IT ROCKS!!!! 8. hello oskar 4/5 - not the best on the cd, but still worth a listen 9. let you down 5/5 10. the story of 100 aisles 5/5 - it takes two listens and your hooked 11. car crash 5/5 - great ending for a cd
anyways, to sum it up, in my opinon, this is one of the greatest CD's ever made
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By CODY BENNETT on March 6, 2000
Format: Audio CD
im very new to olp. i just bought naveed 2 weeks ago and i liked it very much.But when i bought CLUMSY i was amazed at how good these guys really are.Now believe me when i say u will not be dissapointed with this cd.Songs like "4am",and"clumsy" are very emotional yet great rock songs.While songs like "superman's dead","automatic flowers","hello oscar","big dumb rocket",and "let u down" are great hard rock songs.Every songs chorus is the best. You can let this cd play through the whole way w/o skipping at all. This cd has great guitar riffs, probably the best drums iv'e ever heard, and great vocals by raine.please buy this cd u will not be dissapointed it is the best.olp is the best.
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