Our Lady Peace ‎– Naveed

Label:
Epic Associated ‎– 88985341041
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Special Edition, Clear
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist

A1 The Birdman 5:12
A2 Supersatellite 3:43
A3 Starseed 4:04
A4 Hope 5:14
A5 Naveed 5:51
B1 Dirty Walls 3:45
B2 Denied 4:59
B3 Is It Safe? 3:45
B4 Julia 3:57
B5 Under Zenith 3:44
B6 Neon Crossing 3:10

Companies, etc.

Credits

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Indie Record Store Clear Vinyl Pressing.): 889853562213
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched): 88985341041-A KP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 etched): 88985341041-B KP

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CEK 80191 Our Lady Peace Naveed(CD, Album, Club) Epic CEK 80191 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
88561-1507-4 Our Lady Peace Naveed(Cass) Relativity 88561-1507-4 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
ET80191 Our Lady Peace Naveed(Cass) Relativity ET80191 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
R1K 11507 Our Lady Peace Naveed(CD, Album) Sony Music Entertainment Inc. R1K 11507 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
478383 2 Our Lady Peace Naveed(CD, Album) Epic 478383 2 Australia 1994 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews

Add Review

nihilator77

nihilator77

May 2, 2017

First off this album is pretty solid and is a good precursor to how our lady peace as a band sealed their fate that would go on and continue to have many hits and an enjoyable full album experience. Reasons to own this album, Starseed, Hope, Denied, Is It Safe, Julia. As for the clear vinyl edition side A and B have a couple pops in the beginning of the first song on each side, aside from that it sounds quite amazing. Maracas can be heard clearly in Supersatellite as well as individual Tom skin hits, The ramp up to the end of starseed is something I never noticed before and is really overpowering in a good way. More maracas, very clear strumming and basslines very noticeable in the song Naveed, with singular bass in the breakdown segment is something very different than the cd version but not changed. Dirty walls though not a fan favorite is growing on me more every time I hear it, on vinyl the ever present welcoming bassline, symbol crashes and toms make it catchy and of course cool lyrics "This conversation is going nowhere, It's transparent as fuck, Must be over cause all I see is mud...Dirty walls". I have noticed there is always on each album a sad song, a party anthem, an addiction song, one with anger and or another with breakup, relationship and a girl he once knew. This album definitely started that trend with the lonely and maddening song of Denied and the vocals on this vinyl edition as well as the guitar riffs echo out and reach the depths of their meaning effortlessly and a great semi conductor to the following song "is it safe". On said song, the drums hits and symbols are much more proper on the LP but not really my favorite song. If you get the chance to hear or own "Julia" in the acoustic version I highly recommend it as though this is a good song, not as good as the live slower version. I paid too much for this record to say I am satisfied overall as it has a bowl effect defect, plays fine but again...it wasn't cheap...not even reasonable.