You Forgot It in People

Broken Social Scene


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2004, Arts & Crafts

Since the release of Feel Good Lost, Toronto music collective Broken Social Scene became a bit more collective, swelling from two members to ten (plus guests). As you'd expect with such a dramatic rise in membership, there's a lot more variety this time out. According to one of the members of this incarnation, trying to not "who did what" on this album would be almost an entire review in itself, as everyone took turns playing different instruments on different tracks and the whole thing was built from the ground up in a very collective fashion. Although listeners who found the first Broken Social Scene release a nice ambient pop treat may be put off by this one's all-over-the-map approach, it's certainly a much more accessible release overall, and there's bound to be something in here that you'll enjoy.


Disc 1
1 Capture the Flag
2 KC Accidental
3 Stars and Sons
4 Almost Crimes [Radio Kills Remix]
5 Looks Just Like the Sun
6 Pacific Theme
7 Anthems for a Seventeen Year Old Girl
8 Cause = Time
9 Late Nineties Bedroom Rock for the Missionaries
10 Shampoo Suicide
11 Lover's Spit
12 I'm Still Your Fag
13 Pitter Patter Goes My Heart

Customer Reviews


1 reviews

Daniel Schubert
Genuinely, You Forgot It In People is a picture perfect album. It is hard to express in words what this album can do to you if you so allow it. Crammed with incredibly infectious pop melodies, gigantic build ups and more passion than you could imagine. You Forgot It In People is an emotional roller coaster. A must have album that each listen, even years after can bring new meanings as well as awaken old memories. This album is brilliant.

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