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Curve


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  • Audio CD (April 3 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B006LZYSR4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Allowance
2. Fire In The Henhouse
3. Heavyweight
4. Window Seat
5. As Fast As You Can
6. If This Is It
7. Will Someday Change
8. Find Our Way
9. Rabbits
10. Mettle


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Draco Malfoy on April 9 2012
Format: Audio CD
Seems like forever waiting for this album, and much of it is hit and miss. Allowance, Fire In the Henhouse, Heavyweight, As Fast As You Can and Rabbits are all pretty good songs, but the rest is quite slow and lacklustre. The power and emotion of the old OLP is still missing, and from what I can tell Maida's vanishing falsetto only appears in the verses of Heavyweight and Allowance (better than none at all, I guess). Overall this is still a solid album and the music is still very impressive in comparison to almost all other music today.
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If you are a fan of Our Lady Peace definitely buy this CD! It is different from there previous CDs, new style for them . . . Features the hit "Heavyweight" and there's bound to be more songs on the CD that will certainly appeal to you.
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I love Our Lady Peace and, as a huge fan, I own every cd. I love OLP's first four cds the best and the last four have seemed much... tamer. Curve is no different. My favourite song on Curve is "Heavyweight" and I'd hoped I would love the other songs just as much, but no, Curve isn't like previous albums where I find hidden gems not played on the radio (though I rather enjoyed "Fire in the Henhouse" since it sounded a bit more like the old and beloved OLP). I miss Raine's grungy vocals from OLP's earliest cds, no songs on Curve are reminiscent of "Superman's Dead". Curve is definitely more mainstream than OLP's older albums, with no grunge and little rock, it has an experimental sound mixed with ballads and lots of pop. A decent cd, but a bit of a disappointment for fans like me wishing for a return to rock.
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By kthomson on April 17 2012
Format: Audio CD
Really enjoying this album. Give it a chance... its got a lot of really beautiful songs on it and it proves a lot about the band.
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By SJB on April 9 2012
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Ok this album has been a long time coming, like most fans I love the first four OLP albums. For me Spiritual Machines is the best album ever made. Gravity was still very good HIPT was average, Burn Burn was their best without Mike Turner.Some fans seem to think Raine Maida should still be singing the same as he did on those early albums which is just not fair on him. How many singers spend twenty years in a band and sound the same as when they started? He is still one of the best singers around. So now to Curve their best album since Spiritual Machines. The first few tracks are all very good and have that early album feel to them, the tracks towards the end have a epic feel to them. Plus Maida sounds great singing with real feeling and emotion which was missing on Burn Burn. It has a few tracks on it that will become classics If This Is This and Rabbits are as good as anything the band have ever written. The other tracks are all very good, better than anything on the last couple of albums and overall the best any fan could hope for when so much music today sounds mainstream and sterile. Be thankful OLP are still around. A real return to form and still the best band around.
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