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Our Lady Peace

Our Lady Peace has released eight studio albums, one live album, and two compilation albums to date, with their 1997 album Clumsy often being considered their signature and most widely recognized work. They have enjoyed many hit singles, ranging from "Starseed" in 1994, to "Somewhere Out There" in 2002.

The band's earlier albums are often praised for their unique sound and style, with lead singer Maida being called "erratic" and "truly unrivaled" as a vocalist. Their fifth album, Gravity (2002), is sometimes noted to have been a "radical departure" from this distinctive style. Lead singer Maida has confirmed the difference, calling Gravity "vastly different" from their previous records. The coincidental 2002 departures of both co-founding member Mike Turner and longtime-producer Arnold Lanni, in combination with influence from then-new producer Bob Rock are sometimes credited as main factors in the style evolution.

Our Lady Peace, often abbreviated OLP, is a Canadian alternative rock band consisting of Raine Maida, Duncan Coutts, Jeremy Taggart and Steve Mazur.
Throughout their career, the band has sold over five million albums worldwide, won four Juno Awards, and won ten MuchMusic Video Awards—the most MMVAs ever awarded to any artist or group.
This Toronto-based band all met as kids. Their name comes from the Catholic church they all attended.
Raine Madia's real name is Michael Raine Madia, but while former guitarist Mike Turner was in the group he thought that it would be silly having two Mikes, so he just used his middle name.
Our Lady Peace had one of their songs used by the WWE. Their song "Whatever" was used as the entrance theme to the late wrestling superstar Chris Benoit until his sudden death.



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