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Love and Trust
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Love and Trust - Our Lady Peace

Mother, will you think of me in your prayers?
This 21st century is a mess
Oh you can try and fix it
But it breaks
Oh you can try and love it
But it hates
Oh it hates

This is for everything we had
It’s the good and it’s the bad
It’s the state of love and trust
And this is for you
And this is for us

And father, will you comfort me if I call?
This crazy world has lost it’s mind
It’s our fault
Oh you can try and straighten it
It turns, it turns, it turns
Oh you can try and smother it
But it burns
Oh it burns

This is for everything we had
It’s the good and it’s the bad
It’s the state of love and trust
And this is for you
And this is for us

Oh will you break my fall
Oh when I climb too high?
I always lose my nerve
It happens every time
Oh will you bring me home
Oh when I’m barely alive
It’s the state of love and trust
And this is for you
And this is for us

This is for everything we had
It’s the good and it’s the bad
It’s the state of love and trust
And this is for you
And this is for us

Oh will you break my fall
Oh when I climb too high?
I always lose my nerve
It happens every time
Oh will you bring me home
Oh when I’m barely alive?
It’s the state of love and trust
And this is for you
This is for us
And this is for you
And this is for us
Oh This is for you
And This is for us
This is for us..~

Today was an Our Lady Peace Double Feature of Spiritual Machines and Healthy in Paranoid Times.

I’ve been an OLP fan since first seeing the music video for “One Man Army” with Raine Maida being blown forward by some unseen wind. I was cemented as a fan when I heard “Whatever,” the entrance music to Canadian pro wrestler Chris Benoit (Yes, I know who Chris Benoit is and how his life ended. It was my graduate thesis).

Spiritual Machines arrived after “One Man Army” and its accompanying album, Happiness… Is Not a Fish You Can Catch. The album is a concept album of sorts, based on a relationship set in the year 2029 with an alien doctor and his patient assimilating to Earth. The only real tie-in to that concept are the five interludes interspersed throughout the album but the songs that make up the bulk of Spiritual Machines find OLP in rare form. I had first heard of Spiritual Machines from the song “Life” and later, “In Repair” but the album as a whole rocks with a pulsing urgency that filters through OLP’s trademarks: Maida’s falsetto and emotional choruses. Both songs still hold up as the standouts on the album but “Middle of Yesterday” and “Everyone’s A Junkie” are also sharp blasts of alternative rock. The best compliment I can give Spiritual Machines is that it’s the tightest and most idiosyncratic Our Lady Peace record of their career. 

In contrast, Healthy in Paranoid Times finds OLP with a much fatter, bombastic sound coming off their peak record, Gravity, and also experimenting with the sounds of both different – and more popular bands – and the rock trends of the time. “Where Are You,” in particular, sounds like a futile attempt at adopting a garage-rock revival sound ala The Strokes and when not trying to ape that, they go full U2 on “Picture” and “The World on A String.” If anything, the best song on the album – the one song where Our Lady Peace actually sounds like classic OLP – is on opener “Angels/Losing/Sleep” with its sensitive Raine Maida vocal performance and a gorgeously anthemic chorus. 

In listening to both records, the choice is pretty obvious: Our Lady Peace was chugging along very well until they decided to follow the Joneses after their most successful album, Gravity, with the result being one of their worst albums in Healthy in Paranoid TimesSpiritual Machines, however, showed what a pure OLP sound actually sounded like.

Will the Future Blame Us
  • Will the Future Blame Us
  • Our Lady Peace
  • Healthy in Paranoid Times
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Are you dissapointed?
And have we destroyed it I
But I’ve been stumbling down this long and winding road
And these times are changing
And it’s complicated I
Well I don’t wanna know

And I ….
Don’t ask why anymore
And I …
Don’t ask why anymore, anymore

And is it getting better?
Can we live forever I
And I’m not sure what the hell we’re fighting for
And does the money make us?
And will the future blame us I
Oh I don’t wanna know

And I …
Don’t ask why anymore
And I …
Don’t ask why anymore, anymore

When you’re tired and alone
And you feel like letting go
Come home

When you can’t take anymore
When you’re beat up and ignored
Come home

The sun’s inside a hole
The faster you don’t know
A long, long way from home
There are things you need to know
The answers leave you cold
You’re a long, long way from home
And the summers coming back
And it brings a second chance
If you’re not part of this
Then I don’t wanna know …

And I …
Don’t ask why anymore
And I …
Don’t ask why anymore, anymore

When you’re tired and alone
And you feel like letting go
Come home
Oh when you can’t take anymore
When you’re beat up and ignored
Come home
I’m coming home

Today was an Our Lady Peace Double Feature of Spiritual Machines and Healthy in Paranoid Times.

I’ve been an OLP fan since first seeing the music video for “One Man Army” with Raine Maida being blown forward by some unseen wind. I was cemented as a fan when I heard “Whatever,” the entrance music to Canadian pro wrestler Chris Benoit (Yes, I know who Chris Benoit is and how his life ended. It was my graduate thesis).

Spiritual Machines arrived after “One Man Army” and its accompanying album, Happiness… Is Not a Fish You Can Catch. The album is a concept album of sorts, based on a relationship set in the year 2029 with an alien doctor and his patient assimilating to Earth. The only real tie-in to that concept are the five interludes interspersed throughout the album but the songs that make up the bulk of Spiritual Machines find OLP in rare form. I had first heard of Spiritual Machines from the song “Life” and later, “In Repair” but the album as a whole rocks with a pulsing urgency that filters through OLP’s trademarks: Maida’s falsetto and emotional choruses. Both songs still hold up as the standouts on the album but “Middle of Yesterday” and “Everyone’s A Junkie” are also sharp blasts of alternative rock. The best compliment I can give Spiritual Machines is that it’s the tightest and most idiosyncratic Our Lady Peace record of their career. 

In contrast, Healthy in Paranoid Times finds OLP with a much fatter, bombastic sound coming off their peak record, Gravity, and also experimenting with the sounds of both different – and more popular bands – and the rock trends of the time. “Where Are You,” in particular, sounds like a futile attempt at adopting a garage-rock revival sound ala The Strokes and when not trying to ape that, they go full U2 on “Picture” and “The World on A String.” If anything, the best song on the album – the one song where Our Lady Peace actually sounds like classic OLP – is on opener “Angels/Losing/Sleep” with its sensitive Raine Maida vocal performance and a gorgeously anthemic chorus. 

In listening to both records, the choice is pretty obvious: Our Lady Peace was chugging along very well until they decided to follow the Joneses after their most successful album, Gravity, with the result being one of their worst albums in Healthy in Paranoid Times. Spiritual Machines, however, showed what a pure OLP sound actually sounded like.

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  • Year - 2005
  • Genre- ROck: Alternative

Tracks:

  • World On A String
  • Angels / Losing / Sleep
  • Don’t Stop
  • Al Genina (Leave The Light On)
  • Will The Future Blame Us
  • Apology
  • Where Are You
  • Walking In Circles
  • Picture
  • Boy
  • Wipe That Smile Off Your Face
  • Love and Trust

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# 20-25

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THIS YEAR HAVE YOU:

20. Found out someone was talking about you

gladly, no. but i remember once my bestfriend figured out that someone he considered to be a friend was talking behind his back, and those words were not really good.

21. What did you do for your last Birthday

I was having a little party with friends, but not very much. It was a fun day because of people around me, my mostly it was just a normal typical day, heh.

22. What time did you wake up today

9:30AM because i had work at the morning- (&` sighs )

23. Name something you CANNOT wait for

I cannot wait till my mind changes, and i learn how to trust people. I really have trust issues and i’m very paranoid.. It’s not healthy.

24. Last time you saw your all of your siblings at the same time

I don’t have much siblings- So.. never? heh.

25. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life

My attitude to people I lost because of it. I lost three important people and I can’t do anything without it now, but.. I don’t want to repeat this mistake ever again.