Pressed on Vinyl for the First Time in Celebration of the Breakout 1997 Album's 20th Anniversary!
Over their 25-year career, Our Lady Peace, consisting of Raine Maida, Duncan Coutts and Steve Mazur, has become one of Canada's best-known, most beloved and best-selling bands. Their breakout second effort, 1997's Clumsy, sold more than a million units in Canada alone thanks to the five hit singles - "Superman's Dead," "Automatic Flowers," "Clumsy," "4am" and "Carnival" - qualifying it for the almost-impossible-to-attain Diamond Award, and it remains the only alt-rock album in Canadian history ever to reach that level. In celebration of its fast approaching 20th anniversary, Clumsy is being given the vinyl treatment for the very first time. Mastered for the format with lacquers created by Kevin Gray at Cohearant Audio, Clumsy comes pressed on colored vinyl with a standard LP jacket and an accompanying 12-page booklet.