Low - C'mon
Critic Score
Based on 25 reviews
2011 Ratings: #29 / 998
User Score
Based on 72 ratings
2011 Ratings: #59
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Drowned in Sound

C’mon is an intriguing, essential addition to their discography, one which might even propel the Minnesotans towards much wider renown.

90
PopMatters

C’mon is probably the most immediately welcoming of their career, their warmest and most open-hearted.

90
No Ripcord

Low have turned in their most confident, consistent record to date, and even, in places, sound like they're actually enjoying themselves.

Emme_Strt
98
Lo comparo mucho con things we lost in the fire, este disco suele moverse un poco mas rapido y es más armónico
Hummus
77
This album caught my eye with its great cover, and I'm really glad it did because this thing is a jam. A slow jam, but a jam nonetheless.
C'mon consists of slow-paced rock songs that have a fantastic sense of progression, with the songs evolving and gaining momentum as they go along, kind of like a mellow, relaxed version of Swans. The album has a great vibe to it with each song being super easy to listen to and also very impressive with how they evolve. This makes for a super relaxing listen ... read more
MinatoArisato
45
I can see what Low were going for here but honestly this record just bores me, nothing standout or all that interesting on here.

Best Track: Witches
Worst Track: Nothing But Heart
haimon
100
Absolutely their best album!
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