- Summary: This is the second LP for the Montreal-based indie-pop quartet featuring actor Torquil Campbell, Evan Cranley (also a member of Broken Social Scene), Amy Millan and Chris Seligman.
- Record Label: Arts & Crafts
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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|Elevator Love Letter|
|I'm so hard for a rich girl My heels are high, my eyes cast low And I don't know how to love I get too tired after midday, lately I take it out on...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
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[Anonymous]Jun 26, 2004So many great songs can be found on this album. It's an album that you can listen to straight through.
LuckyMay 12, 2007A classic!
LindseyWMay 15, 2005I think this album is amazing, and I just can't stop listening to it.
DamienDApr 8, 2007Not quite as good as "SYOF" but still pretty damn wonderful and gets a perfect 10 from me. Simply great music here!
RocoApr 23, 2007The more I listen to this album the more I realize how great it is. And it's probably one of the finest albums of this millenium.
LoganMay 14, 2007Another terrific album by one of the best all around bands in the music industry! Amy Millan probably has the most beautiful voice that Another terrific album by one of the best all around bands in the music industry! Amy Millan probably has the most beautiful voice that I've ever heard... Torquil Campbell isn't so bad himself, he's pretty good too. Both of them are fantastic together. Even though, I think SYOF is better and more consistent. Heart on the other hand is almost a flawless work of art. The only reason it doesn't get a perfect 10 is because I think the song "The Vanishing" is there weakest effort to date, it's not a bad song. It just ruins the flow of the album abit. Besides that this album is fiiled with so many memorable gems and that's why you're going to fall in love with it.… Expand
GrantPSep 14, 2003a solid album, more ambitiously crafted than their debut, but the results are somehow less convincing and immediate. if you can find it, a solid album, more ambitiously crafted than their debut, but the results are somehow less convincing and immediate. if you can find it, check out their first album (Nightsongs) first. i prefer it. … Expand
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