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Low - Secret Name Secret Name
Pop Used - LP KRANK 035 Kranky
Mint 1999 2LP Gatefold Original. All Analogue Recording. “Secret Name Is Unadulterated Lo-Fi/Sadcore, Semi-Orchestrated Pop/Rock Par Excellence. The Power Trio Is Augmented By A String Section, Tympani, And Piano On This Beautifully Understated Chamber Pop Outing By A Misunderstood Midwestern Band. Mimi Parker's Voice Is Stunning On "Weight Of Water," Which At Times Sounds Like It Might Take Flight, But Naturally, It Never Does -- And That's Not A Criticism. When Parker And Alan Sparhawk Duet, As On "Missouri" Or "Immune," The Result Is As Chilling As Anything Gram And Emmylou Ever Conspired On -- Though That's Not To Say It's Country-Tinged, Just Straight From The Heart. What Low Do Particularly Well Is Stay Grounded, Close To The Earth And Real. The Music Is So Warm It's A Literal Caress From The Speakers -- And That's No Mean Feat In Their Notoriously Chilly Genre.” Denise Sullivan, AMG.... more details
 
Low - Things We Lost In The Fire Things We Lost In The Fire
Pop Used - LP Krank 046 Kranky
Beautiful 2001 2LP, Three-Sided Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Side Four Of This Set Is Etched With Lyrics Which Spiral All The Way In From The Outer Grooves To The Dead Wax. “Over The Course Of Their Career, Low's Glacially Beautiful Music Has Gradually Melted Into Something Much More Accessible And Intimate. The Thaw Culminates On Things We Lost In The Fire; Despite Its Brooding Title, It's The Group's Loveliest, Most Approachable Collection Of Songs Yet. Voluptuous Strings, Softly Fuzzy Guitars, And Propulsive Percussion Suffuse Songs Like The Sweetly Melancholy Opener "Sunflower" And The Slo-Mo Pop Of "Dinosaur Act" And "July" With A Warmth And Direction That Low's Best Work Has Always Hinted At. Even The Album's Darkest Moments, Such As The Tense, Implosive "Whitetail," Have More Emotional Urgency, Heightened By Alan And Mimi's Close, Brooding Harmonies. One Of 2001's Best Albums.” Heather Phares, AMG.... more details
 
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Pop New - LP KRANK 035 Kranky
Sealed 1999 2LP Gatefold Original. All Analogue Recording. “Secret Name Is Unadulterated Lo-Fi/Sadcore, Semi-Orchestrated Pop/Rock Par Excellence. The Power Trio Is Augmented By A String Section, Tympani, And Piano On This Beautifully Understated Chamber Pop Outing By A Misunderstood Midwestern Band. Mimi Parker's Voice Is Stunning On "Weight Of Water," Which At Times Sounds Like It Might Take Flight, But Naturally, It Never Does -- And That's Not A Criticism. When Parker And Alan Sparhawk Duet, As On "Missouri" Or "Immune," The Result Is As Chilling As Anything Gram And Emmylou Ever Conspired On -- Though That's Not To Say It's Country-Tinged, Just Straight From The Heart. What Low Do Particularly Well Is Stay Grounded, Close To The Earth And Real. The Music Is So Warm It's A Literal Caress From The Speakers -- And That's No Mean Feat In Their Notoriously Chilly Genre.” Denise Sullivan, AMG.... more details
 

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