You Forgot It In People

Broken Social Scene - You Forgot It In People
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2002 Ratings: #11 / 191
User Score
Based on 409 ratings
2002 Ratings: #4
Liked by 23 people
October 15, 2002 / Release Date
LP / Format
Arts & Crafts / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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Supertartory
100
This is the last time you’ll ever see her, you just don’t know it yet. Leaving her house, a kiss goodbye before making your way down the pavement, walking down the sidewalk, riddled with cracks and trash, the leftovers of people’s previous travels.
“All your kind, they’re coming clean
They shut their eyes, they miss their scenes
All your kind, they spool and lance
They crash their kiss, they harmonize
All your kind, they’re, all your kind, they're
All your ... read more
EnigmaticSnob
90
Pros: An anthemic, bittersweet and fantastic indie rock album, Broken Social Scene mixes a melancholic and surreal intensive journey that takes you through multiple moods as the band begins to explore many of the themes that show up in this record, plenty of those themes being a bit mysterious and difficult to decipher but there in lies the beauty of the record in a nutshell, the ambiguity of it all mixed with the fantastic and delicate instrumentations that can be either bulging with intensive ... read more
knewnie
100
the only album that makes me feel anything anymore
amygoodall
100
oh no I'm crying
BuffaloStaple
94
how did they get this to sound so perfect, this album feels like an impossible miracle sometimes
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Track List

  1. Capture the Flag
  2. KC Accidental 
  3. Stars and Sons
  4. Almost Crimes
  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

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