Low - Every Album Ranked

by Tim Sentz
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The Duluth, MN "slow-core" band has been pumping out classics for the last 25 years, never taking much of a break in-between. Their latest resurgence has come after a decade of slow reinvention, which brings new interest to this highly underrated band. No real bad albums either, but this is how you should tackle them. Click an album below to read a review

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Love this band! No bad albums, although The Invisible Way is my least favourite. The Great Destroyer and Trust are possibly my two favourites, being 2 of the first albums I heard by them. And of course the impeccable Christmas album! Always...

Love this band! No bad albums, although The Invisible Way is my least favourite. The Great Destroyer and Trust are possibly my two favourites, being 2 of the first albums I heard by them. And of course the impeccable Christmas album! Always stunning to watch live too

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surprised how 'Low' you've got Secret Name - such an important record in their development as equally as good as Things We Lost In The Fire - FWIW here's my listing:

1. Secret Name
2. Things We Lost In The Fire
3. Ones And Sixes (I reviewed...

surprised how 'Low' you've got Secret Name - such an important record in their development as equally as good as Things We Lost In The Fire - FWIW here's my listing:

1. Secret Name
2. Things We Lost In The Fire
3. Ones And Sixes (I reviewed this one and C'mon for Soundblab) and this is one that has improved a lot over time for me!
4. I Could Live In Hope
5. C'mon
6. Double Negative
7. The Invisible Way
8. Trust
9. Drums and Guns
10. The Curtain Hits The Cast
11. Long Division
12. The Great Destroyer

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