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K.C. Accidental was a Canadian indie rock band which formed the original basis for Broken Social Scene.

The core of the band consisted of Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene) and Charles Spearin (Do Make Say Think), and started out as a two person recording outfit. The “K.C.” in the band’s name was taken from the initials of their first names. They released two albums of mostly instrumental music. The project’s second album, Anthems For The Could’ve Bin Pills, also included contributions from Jason Collett, Evan Cranley, Emily Haines, Jason McKenzie, Jessica Moss, James Payment, Bill Priddle, James Shaw and Justin Small.

Many of the musicians involved in the album went on to work with Broken Social Scene, who released their debut album, Feel Good Lost in 2001. Spearin and Drew released a second album afterwards, with the track listing for both albums structured to seem as if Anthems and Captured Anthems were one full album. The Anthems track listing was shown as having 6 blank tracks before the 6 music tracks, whereas the Captured Anthems was presented in the opposite fashion (1-6 music tracks, 7-12 blank).

Broken Social Scene also included a song with the title “Kc Accidental” on its Juno Award-winning album You Forgot It In People.


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  • placebo_molko

    Can someone send me their albums? they're slightly tricky to find. If you can also send brendan canning stuff that'd be cool

    19 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Levimon

    can't believe i waited so long to listen to this. absolutely lovely

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
  • 2nd_face

    @resident-tt не переплюнул, это точно.)

    29 Mar 2013 Reply
  • resident-tt

    охеренный проект! пожалуй BSC его так и не переплюнул

    11 Feb 2013 Reply
  • therhapsody

    Possibly one of the best bands to ever exist, EVER.

    24 Nov 2011 Reply
  • ddlee

    Tired Hands.

    23 Sep 2011 Reply
  • johnonymous

    captured anthems is one of the best pieces of music I've had the opportunity to hear.

    9 Sep 2011 Reply
  • wsham0

    revive K.C.!!!

    10 Aug 2011 Reply
  • cretinagem

    check this out

    20 Jul 2011 Reply
  • coloredghost

    glad to hear there are reissues of this. i think this is one of those albums that slipped through the cracks and was never properly recognized. kudos for bringing it back.

    4 Apr 2011 Reply
  • caleweir

    it really tripped me out to find a re-issue of these albums at hmv.

    27 Feb 2011 Reply
  • HugeinMoscow

    Haven't listened to these guys that much in a couple of years. (Been on a musical journey.) But they were with me even from the first month I started to listen to modern instrumental rock music back in 2002. I recently read a review of the re-issue in one of sweden's biggest newspapers, and it just felt so good to see it. It got a solid 4 of 5. And truly, this is one of the finest projects. "Ruined in 84" is the soundtrack of my dreams.

    23 Nov 2010 Reply
  • scottirvine

    Looking forward to it arriving in my mailbox.

    18 Nov 2010 Reply
  • therhapsody

    I want the vinyl SOOO BAAAAD

    4 Nov 2010 Reply
  • IceSpoon

    "Broken Social Scene also included a song with the title “KC Accidental” on its Juno Award-winning album You Forgot It In People" <<I was just going to ask that. Thanks description.

    18 Oct 2010 Reply
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    12 Sep 2010 Reply
  • DerZensor

    re-issue coming on october 26! double vinyl!

    9 Sep 2010 Reply
  • bmybarra90

    i love the simplicity

    23 Aug 2010 Reply
  • wsham0

    man K.C. Accidental needs to reform... Tired Hands is a work of genius; one of my favorite album closers of all time

    16 Aug 2010 Reply
  • ExoM7

    This is how you do post-rock, man.

    2 Aug 2010 Reply
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