You Forgot it in People
Released: Oct 2006
If you wanted to coin a genre out of the music made by loose collectives of wildly creative Canadian indie rockers working in the early '00s, You Forgot It in People would be the record that started it all. Arcade Fire, Wolf Parade, Feist -- not one of those bands could say they weren't influenced by this. Tattered, huge and unafraid, the sound is insatiably curious, venturing toward skewed tropicalia in one moment, bent Husker Du rock the next. From horns to synths to kitchen sinks, no instrument is left unturned. When Kevin Drew sings about "lover's spit," well, you don't forget it.
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