9 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Epic, widescreen alt-rock from Canada's masters of the genre.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Epic, widescreen alt-rock from Canada's masters of the genre.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

HT-Duck ,

For Adult-Contemporary, It's actually a good album!

DId you ever wonder what OLP would sound like if they became an adult-contemporary band instead of an alternative rock band? This album is for you! The songs are actually really good. And it does grow on you. It just lacks that OLP excitement. The clean-driven guitar sound just does not rock. Not at all. It just makes it dull. It could have been a great album if it just had some life to it.

MysteryWhiteBoy ,

Eeesh

Yet another OLP release that reminds me how long it's been since they were interesting. Super bummer. I wish this record was bad, so I could just ignore it. But it's ok. And that is somehow worse.

Take risks again guys! The world doesn't need another middle-of-the-road pop/alternative album. You used to blow my mind.

OLP7 ,

A Work Of Art

Our Lady Peace always finds a way to step up their game with each new release, and with 'Somethingness,' they have taken it to a whole new level. This is the sound of a band rejuvinated and delivering some of the best music of their career. The key to this album is to listen from track 1 to track 9, in order. Don't shuffle. The sequence is perfect as is. Enjoy the perfection that is 'Somethingness.'

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