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Our Lady Peace's evolution is our #ThrowbackThursday hot topic

Formed in Toronto in 1992, Our Lady Peace is one of Canada’s most popular alt rock bands. They've sold millions of albums worldwide, won four Juno Awards and taken home 10 MuchMusic Video Awards, which happens to be the most MMVAs ever awarded to any one artist or group.

Fronted by Raine Maida, the band counts drummer Jeremy Taggart, bassist Duncan Coutts and guitarist Steve Mazur as its other members.

To date, they’ve release eight studio albums and have had a number of hit singles, starting with 1994’s "Starseed", which actually appeared on the Armageddon  soundtrack.

1999’s Happiness...Is Not a Fish That You Can Catch, the group’s third album, gave light to OLP classics like "Thief" and "One Man Army".

Following line-up and stylistic changes, 2002’s "Somewhere Out There" was another hit.

Their latest song, "Fight the Good Fight”, was released in response to the Occupy Wall Street movement and will be featured on Our Lady Peace's upcoming album, Occupy This Album.
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