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|1. All for You|
|2. Do You Like It|
|3. Somewhere Out There|
|5. Made Of Steel|
|6. Not Enough|
|7. Sell My Soul|
|9. Bring Back the Sun|
|10. A Story About A Girl|
SONY 508780; SONY - Italia;
One of the most prominent mainstream rock bands in Canada, Our Lady Peace can't seem to get a break elsewhere. Gravity, like most of their consistently engaging (if not always inventive) music, deserves better. While slick, self-important songs like "Do You Like It" and "Made of Steel" may not help the group's case, they are more than compensated for by the expert playing and towering choruses of slow-burners like "Somewhere out There" and "Sell My Soul". Singer Raine Maida definitely has one of the more distinctive voices in rock & roll--part Scott Weiland, part Michael Stipe--and when it takes flight on the former track, Our Lady Peace sound like a force to be reckoned with. Here's hoping people are listening. --Aidin Vaziri
This is another great CD from OLP, I have four of there albums now and they are great. I would recommend them to anyone to try if they haven't already. The delivery was quick. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Susan Birrell
Now, it's not often I come accross an album I can happily listen too the whole way through.
This really was an exception for me. This album is pure brilliance. Read more
This is a rare album where there isn't a bad song to slate. The tracks that stand out for me are innocent and made of steel. Read morePublished on 4 Oct. 2007 by G. Borthwick
This album was slated as horrendous and a load of crap, more or less because their guitarist left, Mike Turner due to creative differences because the band wanted to make an album... Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2006 by Jonathan
The first time i ever heard of OLP was on wwe superstar-jeff hardy's desire video with the song not enough,which is without a doubt the best song on this album, and one of my... Read morePublished on 1 Oct. 2005 by aj untouchable
I've been a fan of Our Lady Peace since my Canadian friend Marc let me listen to Spirtual Machines back in 2001. Read morePublished on 31 Dec. 2004 by Plepton
Wow...i first heard OLP's work after hearing the song 'Whatever' and reading about how that song came about being recorded. Read morePublished on 28 Oct. 2004
This album is not as good as Spirital Machines or some of the earlier stuff OLP have done, but it is still worth a listen. Read morePublished on 6 May 2004
This is my fave OLP album. The songs are thoughtful without being depressing and they have a musicality to them that a lot of other rock bands miss out on. Read morePublished on 25 Feb. 2004