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Spiritual Machines


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Full circle: a theme that eagerly resonates with each member of multiplatinum survivors, Our Lady Peace. As the band approaches the release of their seventh studio album, a feeling of renewal and excitement washes over Toronto’s favorite sons in a manner not felt since their earliest days.

Self-produced in lead singer Raine Maida’s Los Angeles home studio, the 10-track Burn ... Read more in Amazon's Our Lady Peace Store

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  • Audio CD (2 April 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B00005AX46
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,491 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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SONY 502340; SONY - Italia;

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Jun 2002
Format: Audio CD
Our Lady Peace is undoubtably one of the best bands out there. And this is my review of the first album of they're's I actually bought. I was on music site and basically new to downloading music. And I went to a site where I was checking out Smashing Pumpkins and it has a similar band section where I read the band name Our Lady Peace. So I decided I would download a song which was actually on one of the other albums, the song was is anybody home.. So I went out literally the next day and bought Spiritual Machines without hearing one song. And on my first listen I was amazed.. It was nothing I had heard b4.. Just pure genius, I will now rate each song one by one..
1. Right Behind You- A fast paced song with a really catchy chrous but I was rather surprised it was a single. 4/5
2. In Repair- This is the main track on the album concerning the whole spiritual machines theme. Brilliant Song. 5/5
3. Life- This is really 'the single' of the album. You know the type of song, the one that really gets you at the first listen. The lyrics really speak to me and its a great song. 5/5
4. Middle Of Yesterday- I actaully didn't like this song after the first few listens but it is now one of my favourite tracks on the album, it is also the hardest track on the cd. 5/5
5. Are You Sad- This is a classic.. Without a doubt my favourite on the whole album.. It is the anthem of the album.. Everything about this song is just genius. And I was real surprised when I heard it was NOT a single. It should've been, it deserved to be. 5/5
6. Made To Heal- Going from my favourite to worst on the album. This song is good don't get me wrong but it just doesn't match up to most of the album. The chrous lacks something, can't put my finger on it but something is missing from it. 3/5
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Jun 2001
Format: Audio CD
I was introduced to Our Lady Peace by a Canadian friend - how can these guys be sooo underrated and unheard of. They simpley deserve more attention in the UK. As for the Album - Spiritual Machines is full of briliant songs with meaningful lyrics. Life and In Repair are brilliant songs that will really stick in your head, you will be singing along in no time! Whereas Right Behind you really kicks of this amazing album. Happiness... is also really good although i'm still serching for Naveed and Clumsy, but from a band like Our Lady Peace could I really expecting anything other that sheer brilliance from the other two albums!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 May 2002
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As Rock Sound magazine rightly said 'our lady peace are probably the most underated band of our time'. this is true. Spiritual Machines is one of the most beautiful albums i have ever heard, every song is amazing yet noone outside Canada has heard of the band. Evey member of the Our Lady peace is very talented in the thier respective positions, the guitar work is incredible, bass intracate yet not ovetly ornate and drums breathtaking at times without being intrusive. Raine Maide has one the best voices i have ever heard..like Billy Corgans but clearer and more emotive. For me spiritual Machines is the pinnacle of the career of Our Lady Peace so far. Songs such as In Repair and If You Believe prove that rock music doesnt have to be anger or whining but can express real emotions and feelings. At first people may be put off by the fact that the music is relatively complicated and structured. Our Lady Peace are therefore not an easy listening band but because of this their songs can be listened too an almost unlimited amount if times as you can always hear something new.raine Maide writes some of the most beautiful lyrics and on this album many of the lyrics to the songs could easily be poems.This takes Our lady peace away from many of their contemporaries as the words are not just their for the singer to sing, they really mean something. There is nothing you can really compare Our Lady Peace too in England. We either have boring acoutic bands like Travis or dumb yank-rock Bands like Limp Bizkit. Our lady Peace fall into neither category. they certainly can rock but they do not fall into the trap of dumb riffs and they have the emotion of acoustic bands but with much more intensity.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 April 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is OLP's forth album, this isn't your usual rock album filled with chessy hooks and dull riffs. The music is some of the best you will ever hear, but the lyrics have a point, based on Ray Kurzweil's book 'the age of spiritual machines'. Raines lyric's are based around this idea and come together with the music to make a brilliant and intelligent album.
You won't/can't regret buying this!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Rm Clarke on 26 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
Clumsy was one of the first few real CD's I ever owned and remember at the time thinking to myself "wow this is a bit lame". Being one of the few CD's I owned however it received weeks of play through lack of choice and at the time I was listening to very standard and less mature punk (sorry off spring). As time went buy I became completely obsessed, I mean big time buy there use of funny tunings, Raines voice and there odic lyrics which took me away from my own life and my own issues. Happiness was just as much as a triumph as Clumsy however Spiritual machines is by far the best album I have ever owned. OLP's fourth outing was by far there finest hour the album is based on the works of futurologist Ray Kurzweil who supplies trinkets of insight from his book Age of Spiritual Machines. There unique style of rock comes to its climax in this album which carries such amazing tracks as "Life" a deep rock anthem, "Are You Sad?" a ambient and moving track for times of quiet reflection and "Made to heal" a melodic and uplifting song. This album is a whole entity dealing with the spiritual and the metaphysical complete and solid from start to finish. It's a fantastic album dealing with issues ahead of its time and it's sad to see that OLP has gone the way they have with Gravity.
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