Low - Trust
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Based on 43 ratings
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September 24, 2002 / Release Date
LP / Format
Kranky / Label
Indie Rock / Genres / Website
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The album preserves their defining qualities: superb lyricism and powerful tension. But it's missing two key elements of Low's last outing. That is, the engaging songs and captivating production.
Low took a 180-degree turn from Things We Lost In The Fire releasing Trust. To me, it marks the end of the band's "Golden Era" and the start of their experiments incorporating a bunch of new sounds and templates into their music. Trust isn't quite there yet, but there are some post rock flavors ("John Prine", "Shots & Ladders"), noisy indie rock ("Canada") and even the banjo of all instruments ("In The Drugs"). Their piano tracks aren't ... read more
This is a low.

(Still decent)
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Track List

  1. (That's How You Sing) Amazing Grace 
  2. Canada 
  3. Candy Girl 
  4. Time Is The Diamond
  5. Tonight 
  6. The Lamb
  7. In the Drugs 
  8. Last Snowstorm of the Year 
  9. John Prine 
  10. Little Argument With Myself 
  11. La La Song 
  12. Point of Disgust 
  13. Shots & Ladders
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