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Broken Social Scene is the third studio album by Broken Social Scene, released on October 4, 2005. In addition to the musicians who contributed to the band's prior release You Forgot It in People, new contributors on Broken Social Scene include k-os, Jason Tait (The Weakerthans) and Murray Lightburn (The Dears) You and Me. The Japanese.
Profile: Canadian indie rock band formed in 1999 in Toronto, Ontario.
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As per MTV’s Broken Social Scene’s Hard Road to Windsurfing Nation, this self-titled album was recorded during a period of distress and conflict within the band itself: the bandmembers' busy schedules clashed with recording times; the band’s longtime producer, David Newfeld, became depressed during the recording of this album, closing his studios shortly after its release; and the bandmembers. themselves were playing to the point of exhaustion. Over 50 songs were written during the production of this album.
Broken Social Scene was founded in 1999 when Kevin Drew of . Accidental and Brendan Canning of By Divine Right teamed up to collaborate on new music. After two years spent honing their compositions, Drew and Canning released the first Broken Social Scene album, 2001's Feel Good Lost. Accidental, Anthony Seck of Shalabi Effect, Charles Spearin of Do Make Say Think, and vocalist Leslie Feist
In Canada, Broken Social Scene is somewhat of a phenomenon. The community that surrounds the 15-member-plus band is a family-like atmosphere with its many Canadian artists and musicians. It's artistically untidy without production boundaries. Album opener "Our Faces Split the Coast in Half," which features the Dears' Murray Lightburn, makes a grand entrance with its polished horn arrangements, tight guitar riffs, and hypnotic harmonies. Additional standouts include indie rock moments such as "7/4 (Shoreline)" and the nervy "Fire Eye'd Bo.
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|2||Ibi Dreams of Pavement (A Better Day)||Broken Social Scene||4:27|
|3||7/4 (Shoreline)||Broken Social Scene||4:53|
|4||Finish Your Collapse and Stay for Breakfast||Broken Social Scene||1:24|
|5||Major Label Debut||Broken Social Scene||4:28|
|6||Fire Eye'd Boy||Broken Social Scene||3:58|
|7||Windsurfing Nation Kevin & Bean||Broken Social Scene||4:35|
|8||Swimmers||Broken Social Scene||2:55|
|9||Hotel||Broken Social Scene||4:35|
|10||Handjobs for the Holidays||Broken Social Scene||4:39|
|11||Superconnected||Broken Social Scene||5:39|
|12||Bandwitch||Broken Social Scene||6:58|
|13||Tremoloa Debut||Broken Social Scene||0:59|
|14||It's All Gonna Break||Broken Social Scene||9:55|
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