Things We Lost in the Fire

Low - Things We Lost in the Fire
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2001 Ratings: #3 / 177
User Score
Based on 90 ratings
2001 Ratings: #26
February 6, 2001 / Release Date
LP / Format
Kranky / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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Favourite Tracks: Sunflower; Dinosaur Act; Laser Beam; Embrace; Closer; In Metal.
El disco mas melódico y un tanto natural de Low para mí, incluso mi favorito hasta ahora
The thing with new releases is that some people jump into a new album with a +/- 80 user average without knowing what to expect, and Low's Double Negative hype train is no exception. Despite Low's critical acclaim, the band often went under the radar in the indie scene. I'm not even sure if most people who have listened to Double Negative because of its AOTY rating even know Low's previous works or know what to expect from a slow-core album.
So, if you're one of those people, I'd highly ... read more
The slowcore veterans put forth one of their finest LPs and one of the best albums of the early 2000s. Low sounds like Brian Eno in a shoegaze band. These songs sound massive but they're almost as slow as ambient songs. As the title should indicate, this album is tragic and it's even at times a painful listen, but all throughout it is an achingly beautiful listen.
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