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The studio was a tough place for him and we were working too hard to make up for it — we felt like we were cheating ourselves. Four albums is way too fucking long to put up with that. Looking to reinvigorate themselves and change directions musically, they sought a more stripped down sound as opposed to the multiple layers and textures of their previous albums.
It was this idea of simplifying that inspired the title of Gravity. Raine discussed the transition in a interview. None of our other albums had been concept records, so it was the right time for us to get away from that whole philosophy. They did it this time without the usual help of producer Arnold Lanni, who at the time was working with fellow Canadian band and management-mates Simple Plan on their debut album, No Pads, No Helmets Recording and production[ edit ] For this album, Our Lady Peace sought a new producer rather than long-time collaborator Arnold Lanni to help with their search for a new sound.
In the studio, they would even record with the same guitars and amplifiers used by Metallica as well as Pete Townshend and The Cult. They had initially booked ten days of studio time that month to record three tracks that would be included on a live album based on the Spiritual Machines tour.
This recording process magnified that, but it was a long time coming. After his inception into the band was announced in April, Raine Maida noted: It just felt incredible. It felt like a new band, totally fresh. The call prompted him to write seven songs over the next ten days.
I demoed a bunch of songs over Christmas, when we had a break for 10 days. I wrote, like, seven songs and brought them back.
The track "Made of Steel" was recorded three separate times during the sessions with the last take being used. According to the band, doing it live works to create a more realistic set of sounds, "a vibe" reminiscent of Led Zeppelin or early David Bowiemistakes and all. In earlier albums, they would record each instrument separately and at different times.
They began recording "Bring Back the Sun" before the lyrics were even finished. Let him simplify stuff. Let him take away Release and reception[ edit ] Commercial[ edit ] The album was originally planned to be released on June 11 but was pushed to June 18 because the artwork was not ready in time.
This version, with a different cover, came with a special bonus DVD of live tracks and the music videos for "Somewhere Out There" and "Innocent" see below as well as footage from the Gravity tour.
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