If This Is It

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  • Our Lady Peace guitarist says this is one of two songs off Curve that he's the most proud of (the other is "Find Our Way"). Mazur told us he likes these two songs because they're very dynamic and that the band wanted to become more and more dynamic as the years progressed, even though they knew they were taking a chance by doing that. (Here's our full interview with Our Lady Peace.)

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