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Clumsy
Our Lady Peace
Clumsy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Single for the Canadian rocker's U.S. radio hit 'Clumsy'.It's backed with another track from their album 'Naveed','Let You Down', and two from their album 'Clumsy', 'Hope' &'Starseed'. Slipcase sleeve. 1997 Epic release.

      
   

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All Artists: Our Lady Peace
Title: Clumsy
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 23
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 4/15/1997
Release Date: 4/15/1997
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646794029

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Single for the Canadian rocker's U.S. radio hit 'Clumsy'.It's backed with another track from their album 'Naveed','Let You Down', and two from their album 'Clumsy', 'Hope' &'Starseed'. Slipcase sleeve. 1997 Epic release.

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A Frustrating Hit And Miss Collection
Wade Tomlin | Toronto, Ontario | 12/15/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"On their debut album Naveed, Our Lady Peace (OLP) set the bar high amongst its fans as their first record sparkles to this day as a full collection of energetic rock songs.

For their second record Clumsy, the band choose to be a little more experimental seemingly trying for a fuller sound, the end result is a hit and miss collection that showcases some of the band's best ever modern rock tracks (Superman's Dead, Big Dumb Rocket) while also revealing the band's tendency to write songs that seem drowned by the need for new elements (Story of 100 Aisles and Car Crash).

The good outweigh the bad but not by enough to warrant a must have status for Clumsy, for that I would suggest Naveed and Spiritual Machines. But if you are a fan of OLP certain songs on this album will always define the band to its audience, so if there ever is an OLP greatest hits record Clumsy will be well represented.

The question then becomes if you wish to buy this record is how good do you believe the good tunes are? If six out of 11 songs being of a high quality are enough to buy a record then grab Clumsy. Just be forewarned, it is a record that does not always reach the height's set by its predecessor.
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Great Music That Many Don't Know
Michael C. Stevens | Champaign, IL, USA | 10/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Most people started hearing about OLP about the time that their 5th album, 'Gravity' came about (back in 2000/2001ish), and I will be one of the first to admit that it is a great album. 'Clumsy', their second album, I feel is quite possibly their best work, even with now four more albums under their belt. Most of the songs on this album carry quite a bit of emotion with them, notably '4am' and 'Clumsy', and while to many people most of the songs are nonsense (mostly referring to 'Automatic Flowers' which, to this day, I can find no real meaning behind the song), but if you listen to the words, and not so much the sound of the songs, each one speaks of something which can mean something different to everyone. The music on this album is, on the surface, there to sound good (and it does), but even so goes deeper...if you enjoy music that you actively listen to, this album is a great buy for your collection...so long as you don't mind lyrics that repeat almost endlessly at the end of each song (I suggest hitting the skip button for the end of each track)."