Our Lady Peace's Albums

Our Lady Peace have released 3 LPs to date. To find out more about Naveed, Clumsy, or Happiness...Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch, click on a CD cover. Or, look around here to find various singles and soundtracks which contain OLP material. Selected singles can be puchased at cdsingle or at cdnow.

Clumsy Happiness...Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch
[Happiness...Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch]

Live at the Troubador - L.A. 1997
Bootlegged Tuesday August 19th 1997 in Los Angeles. The last four songs were recorded in 1995 and are the same ones included on the Live '95 CD. If you're looking for a copy, try New World CD's. Ourladypeace.com also has some pictures up from the show. This disc is not officially released.

  1. Automatic Flowers
  2. The Birdman
  3. Naveed
  4. Car Crash
  5. Starseed
  6. Clumsy
  7. Superman's Dead
  8. Dirty Walls
  9. Hope
  10. Naveed
  11. Denied




(includes the sunflower edit)

Superman's Dead 
(includes Let you Down and Starseed)

Clumsy - CA
(includes an acoustic version of Superman's Dead)
Clumsy - AUS
(includes Let you Down, Starseed and Hope)
There is also an import version which looks like the U.S. promo for Automatic Flowers (below), but with black instead of orange, which includes a "power acoustic" of Clumsy as well as the the album version and the same Superman acoustic.

Automatic Flowers 
(canadian single and U.S. promo)

(radio edit, album version, call out tracks #1 and #2)
One Man Army

No singles for these released songs: Birdman, Julia, Carnival


National Lampoon's Senior Trip - Starseed 1995
The Craft - Tomorrow Never Knows (Beatles cover) 1996
I Know What You Did Last Summer - Clumsy 1997
Armageddon - Starseed 
(special remix) 1998

A tribute to Neil Young...

Our Lady Peace's cover of Neil Young's The Needle and the Damage Done can be found on the following CDs:

 The Needle and the Damage done Not For Sale Into the Black Borrowed Tunes - A Tribute to Neil Young

"We wanted to take the song somewhere else. It's pretty hard to ruin a song like that
so we tried to take it somewhere a little more Our Lady Peace I guess. WE couldn't really pull it off
too acoustically." - Jeremy Taggart (on the electric nature of the OLP version)
"It's pointless to take a Neil Young song and reproduce it, because you won't even come
close. So we changed the arrangement to accommodate how we would play the song. I was also
attracted to the song's timeless message. It still has as much weight today as when he originally wrote it." - Raine Maida
As one interviewer put it:
It's a philosophy Our Lady Peace practice as well as preach. When asked to contribute a song to the Neil Young Borrowed Tunes tribute, they elected to re-arrange Young's acoustic ode to the peril of heroin addiction 'The Needle And The Damage Done' into a blistering hard rocker while still retaining the song's mournful sentiment. So strong is the result that their cover is now competing for airtime against 'Starseed' and has become a highlight of their live performance.

E-mail Alison - ourladypeacer@audiophile.com