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The Clumsy Lovers
Under the Covers
Alternative Country-Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Country-Rock
Recording date:
Date of release:
January 23, 2002
Recording location:
Beatty Lane Recording Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
FLAC vers. size:
1406 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1618 mb
WMA vers. size:
1349 mb
Other formats
4.7 ★

I've seen Clumsy Lovers live, and have recommended them to friends who have also loved their music. They really are "Raging Celtic Bluegrass Rock". ) Incredible musicians who really love what they're doing. Under the Covers is a great CD, all 'covers' of songs previously recorded by other artists

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).

Canada’s Clumsy Lovers, best known for their live shows, had an original idea: For their major-label debut (after six indies) why not graft bassist Chris Jonat’s Lola-era Kinks by way of Elvis Costello songs onto an Americana foundation? The hybridization works well, and the unplugged racket results in a surprisingly thick mix. This stuff isn’t sleepy; it rocks, and even features snappy instrumental breaks borrowed from traditional tunes. So the operation was successful and the patient survived, but there’s still the question of Jonat’s sorta-derivative songs. The best of them-like People.

Smart Kid. Clumsy Lovers. More Clumsy Lovers albums.

On Smart Kid, the Clumsy Lovers' seventh album, the band finally puts down a track that explains why you should take pride in your stumbling romantic ways. This Is Clumsy Love" hits the definition sideways: "I fail to explain how I feel/ I submit that only proves that this is real. Coordination, articulation, and precision - despite the most g claims of poets - are no more necessary to music than they are to love, and across the course of 15 genre-eluding tracks, the Lovers set out to make that case. Even the instrumental "Cock of the North", which opens with an Irish-folky melody shifts into a more typical Lovers' groove within the first minute. The music on Smart Kid comes across familiar enough that it's comfortable, but the band employs enough time-shifts and inventive songwriting to keep it interesting, too.

As a Tarot card, The Lovers symbolizes the difficulty of life-changing choices. As a Stand, Lovers allows Steely Dan to be an effective, if slow, killer. Perhaps the name was meant to represent the mirroring of damage to Dan's body to the body of his victim. Usually used for cheap shock, the Death card represents change, either under or out of ones control. Given the mercurial world Death Thirteen has power over, "change" is appropriate. D: About as precise as a regular person. E: Clumsy and imprecise, less accurate than a normal human being. Development Potential A: The Stand User has unlocked almost none of the abilities of their Stand. Either they are very new, or their Stand is very powerful.

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After a handful of album covers featuring the Dropout Bear and a simple, Kaws-designed image for 808s & Heartbreak, Kanye West transitioned into high-concept art for My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Teaming with artist George Condo for a series of paintings, the rapper matched the widescreen brilliance of the album’s music with boundary-cracking art, including a controversial image of a demonic West being straddled by a nude angel. One of five original covers, the image that stuck was a Civil Rights-era photo of two black teenagers running from police in riot gear in Bedford-Stuyvesant - a powerful image of the inequality the group was trying to address through their music.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 That Was Your Mother Paul Simon The Clumsy Lovers 3:06
2 Streams of Whiskey Shane MacGowan The Clumsy Lovers 4:40
3 Rosalie McFall Traditional The Clumsy Lovers 4:22
4 Single Girl Traditional The Clumsy Lovers 4:46
5 Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) John Lennon / Paul McCartney The Clumsy Lovers 2:46
6 I'm on Fire Bruce Springsteen The Clumsy Lovers 3:41
7 If I Should Fall from Grace With God Shane MacGowan The Clumsy Lovers 2:55
8 Hot Dog Jimmy Page / Robert Plant The Clumsy Lovers 2:56
9 Where the Streets Have No Name Adam Clayton / David Evans / Paul Hewson The Clumsy Lovers 3:19
10 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da John Lennon / Paul McCartney The Clumsy Lovers 4:01
11 Sweet Home Alabama Ed King / Gary Rossington / Ronnie Van Zant The Clumsy Lovers 1:50
12 Centerfold Seth Justman The Clumsy Lovers 2:47
13 [Untitled Track] The Clumsy Lovers 5:22


Adam Clayton - Composer
The Clumsy Lovers - Primary Artist
David Evans - Composer
Jane Gowan - Vocals (Background)
Paul Hewson - Composer
Chris Jonat - Bass
Seth Justman - Composer
Ed King - Composer
John Lennon - Composer
Andrea Lewis - Fiddle, Vocals
Shane MacGowan - Composer
Paul McCartney - Composer
Jimmy Page - Composer
Robert Plant - Composer
Trevor Rogers - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Gary Rossington - Composer
Paul Simon - Composer
Bruce Springsteen - Composer
Drew Stewart - Vocals (Background)
Traditional - Composer
Ronnie Van Zant - Composer
Shael Wrinch - Engineer, Mixing, Producer