Friday, January 21, 2022

Our Lady Peace - Spiritual Machines (2000)


Our Lady Peace - Spiritual Machines (2000)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "R.K. Intro"   0:06

2. "Right Behind You (Mafia)"   3:14

3. "R.K. 2029"   0:15

4. "In Repair"   3:58

5. "Life"   4:23

6. "Middle of Yesterday"   3:54

7. "Are You Sad?"   5:08

8. "R.K. 2029 (Part 2)"   0:12

9. "Made to Heal"   3:47

10. "R.K. 1949–97"   0:44

11. "Everyone's a Junkie"   3:38

12. "R.K. on Death"   0:39

13. "All My Friends"   3:37

14. "If You Believe"   3:35

15. "The Wonderful Future"   4:30

"The Wonderful Future" ends at 4:30, and is followed by roughly 12 minutes of silence, after which a hidden conversation between R.K. and Molly is heard.


Japan bonus tracks

16. "4am"   4:17

17. "Clumsy"   4:29

18. "Car Crash"   5:07




Our Lady Peace Band Members / Musicians

Matt Cameron – drums on "Right Behind You (Mafia)" and "Are You Sad?"

Duncan Coutts – bass guitar

Jamie Edwards – keyboards, electric guitar

Ray Kurzweil – narration

Tyler Lanni – singing on "R.K. 1949–97"

Raine Maida – vocals

Jeremy Taggart – drums, percussion except on "Right Behind You (Mafia)" and "Are You Sad?"

Mike Turner – guitars


Angelo Caruso – studio engineer

Rich Chycki – digital editing

Chris Gauthier – digital editing

Arnold Lanni – producer

Raine Maida – co-producer

Stephen Marcussen – mastering

Brendan O'Brien – mixer

Rob Waite – digital editing


Oli Goldsmith – artwork, layout

Clay Patrick McBride – photography

Catherine McRae – art direction

Our Lady Peace – art direction



Spiritual Machines is the 4th studio album by the Canadian alternative rock band Our Lady Peace, released by Columbia Records in December 2000. Although not initially intended, the project evolved into a conceptual interpretation of futurist and inventor Raymond Kurzweil's 1999 book The Age of Spiritual Machines. Short tracks of spoken dialog from Kurzweil himself are interspersed among the actual songs on the album. The Kurzweil K250 keyboard, one of his inventions, was utilized throughout the recording of the album.

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