Our Lady Peace - Superman's Dead mp3 album
Clumsy is the second studio album by the Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace, released on January 23, 1997 by Columbia Records. The album is the band's most successful to date, achieving diamond status in Canada (1 million units sold) and strong sales in other countries, including platinum status in the . for another 1 million sales. In 2007, it ranked No. 76 on "The Top 100 Canadian Albums" by Bob Mersereau and No. 33 on The Top 102 New Rock Albums of All Time by 10. The Edge (in 2009).
Album singles "Superman's Dead" and "Clumsy" found significant success, especially in Canada, and the success of the album established Our Lady Peace as a leading band in the Canadian rock scene. The album cover is based on an abandoned song called "Trapeze", which was initially intended to be the title of the album. In February 2001, Clumsy was diamond-certified album in Canada. By 1999, the group had sales of over one million for their first two albums. Is Not a Fish That You Can Catch.
Mais ouvidas de Our Lady Peace. 01 Naveed (Album Version). 03 One Man Army (Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version). 04 Apology (Album Version). 05 Is Anybody Home? (Album Version). 06 Dirty Walls (Album Version). 08 Innocent (Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version). 09 Al Genina (Leave The Light On) (Album Version). 10 Waited (Album Version).
This song is by Our Lady Peace and appears on the album Clumsy (1997). Do you worry that you're not likedHow long till you breakYou're happy 'cause you smileBut how much can you fakeAn ordinary boy, an ordinary nameBut ordinary's just not good enough today.
Song Title: Superman's Dead. First Release Year: 1997. MUSIC IP Song Mix Recommendations: POBO1997 002-12.
Our Lady Peace's scorching sophomore release established the Toronto trio as an alt-rock force to be reckoned with. Building on influences like Smashing Pumpkins and Jane's Addiction, the band blasts through volcanic tracks like the deliciously angst-ridden "Superman's Dead," the lighters-in-the-air power ballad "4am," and the swaggering "Automatic Flowers. The punishing guitar squall, propulsive rhythms, and blazing vocals are all buffed to tuneful big-rock-sound greatness, making Clumsy as immediately likeable as it is fierce
Song: Superman's Dead Artist: Our Lady Peace Album: Clumsy Tabbed by: . The existing tabs for this were sort of bare bones, so this is complete. However, Duncan Coutts (the bassist in OLP) apparently uses a 5 string as far as I can tell, so a few notes aren't tabbed as this is the 4string version. I denoted these notes as "(r)", for rest, because in the sections of the song where it comes, you barely hear the notes anyway so you can rest on them.
|Superman's Dead (Radio Edit)||3:44|
|Superman's Dead (Album Version)||4:16|
|CSK 9955||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (CD, Single, Promo)||Columbia||CSK 9955||US||1997|
|CDNK 1209||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (CD, Single, Promo)||Columbia||CDNK 1209||Canada||1996|
|EPC 664331 2||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (CD, Single)||Epic||EPC 664331 2||Austria||1997|
|EPC 664331 1||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (CD, Single, Car)||Epic||EPC 664331 1||Europe||1997|
|SAMPCS 4132||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (CD, Single, Promo)||Epic||SAMPCS 4132||Austria||1997|
|CAT 2937||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (Cass, Single, Promo)||Columbia||CAT 2937||US||1997|
|none||Our Lady Peace||Superman's Dead (Acoustic Version) (CDr)||Columbia||none||US||Unknown|