A band that, when it was first formed, was worth listening to. However, since they were launched into international stardom after the release of "Happiness is a Fish You Can't Catch", their third album, they started on a gradual downward slope, resulting in sell-outs who now are more concerned with aesthetics and "catchy-ness" then with producing good-quality music.
Some of their titles released before they became a joke were Starseed, Supersatellite and Clumsy
by Derek Thornton September 29, 2004
Very good band. Started way back in '92. Hits include "Naveed", "Starseed", "Superman's Dead", "Clumsy", and many others.
Our Lady Peace kick quite the amount of ass.
by Kamek August 12, 2003
The band that is responsible for the greatest music to ever come out of Canada, headed by the ever so sexy Raine Maida. Hits include Superman's Dead, Starseed, Somewhere Out There, Where Are You, Naveed, Life. Albums include Naveed, Clumsy, Happiness...Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch, Spiritual Machines, Gravity, and Healthy in Paranoid Times. The band's name comes from a 1943 poem by Mark Van Doren.
Dude! I got to touch Raine Maida at the Our Lady Peace concert!
by PlatypusDude January 10, 2006

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