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Low Trust

Type:
Album
Release Date:
September 23, 2002
Catalog No:
4064396
Label:
Kranky

Low recorded their sixth studio album in the spring of 2002. Trust features cameo appearances by Gerry Beckley from soft-rock giants America and was mixed by Tschad Blake (Latin Playboys, Lisa Germano, Pearl Jam, etc.).

The new album features a number of recent live favorites like “In the Drugs,” “John Prine,” “A Little Argument with Myself,” and “Canada.” Tschad Blake’s presence is immediately apparent with the bells, whistling and echoing drums on “(That’s How You Sing) Amazing Grace,” and those extra touches continue across the album. Trust is the most assertive and expansive Low album yet and matches big sounds with meaningful sonic details. This record grazes you with a brick then knocks you over with a feather.

Low Trust

Low recorded their sixth studio album in the spring of 2002. Trust features cameo appearances by Gerry Beckley from soft-rock giants America and was mixed by Tschad Blake (Latin Playboys, Lisa Germano, Pearl Jam, etc.).

The new album features a number of recent live favorites like “In the Drugs,” “John Prine,” “A Little Argument with Myself,” and “Canada.” Tschad Blake’s presence is immediately apparent with the bells, whistling and echoing drums on “(That’s How You Sing) Amazing Grace,” and those extra touches continue across the album. Trust is the most assertive and expansive Low album yet and matches big sounds with meaningful sonic details. This record grazes you with a brick then knocks you over with a feather.


Tracks

  1. (That’s How You Sing) Amazing Grace
  2. Canada
  3. Candy Girl
  4. Diamond
  5. Tonight
  6. I am the Lamb
  7. In the Drugs
  8. Snowstorm
  9. John Prine
  10. Little Argument with Myself
  11. La La La Song
  12. Point of Disgust
  13. Shots and Ladders