Things We Lost in the Fire is a 2001 album by Low, their fifth full-length release. In 2006, the album was performed live in its entirety as part of the All Tomorrow's Parties-curated Don't Look Back series. Engineered by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio in Chicago. Some overseas editions of the album contain the additional tracks "Overhead" and "Don't Carry It All", which were B-sides of the "Dinosaur Act" single, and were also published later on the 2004 box set of rarities, A Lifetime of Temporary Relief: 10 Years of B-Sides and Rarities. These two tracks were also included on the vinyl LP release of the album. This is a three-sided album, with the fourth side containing the song lyrics etched into the vinyl. Online music magazine Pitchfork Media placed Things We Lost in the Fire at number 117 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s. The album has also garnered an 87 ("Universal Acclaim") on aggregate site Metacritic (check external links). Read more on Last.fm.
Trust is the sixth full-length album by the slowcore band Low, released in 2002 on the Kranky label (see 2002 in music). As of 2011, the songs "Canada", "In the Drugs" and "Point of Disgust" still regularly appear in the band's live set lists. Read more on Last.fm.
The band's 2005 album, The Great Destroyer, nods even further in the direction of rock. Recorded with producer Dave Fridmann and released by Sub Pop in January 2005, The Great Destroyer has received mostly positive reviews; the Village Voice described the record's "comparatively thunderous verve." Read more on Last.fm.
C'mon is the ninth full-length album by indie rock band Low. It was released on April 12, 2011 (April 11 in Europe) on Sub Pop records. The album was recorded at Sacred Heart Studio, a former Catholic church in Duluth, Minnesota, where the band previously recorded 2002's Trust. The album includes guest contributions from Nels Cline (lap steel, guitar), Caitlin Moe of Trans-Siberian Orchestra (violin) and Dave Carroll of Trampled by Turtles (banjo). "Try to Sleep" and "Especially Me" were released by the band in advance of the album; "Try to Sleep" was made available through the band's mailing list in February 2011, while "Especially Me" was premiered on Pitchfork on March 25, 2011. A promotional video for "Try to Sleep" starring John Stamos and Melissa Haro and directed by Travis Schneider was released to coincide with the release of the album. A second promotional video for "Especially Me", directed by Phil Harder was released on August 18, 2011. Read more on Last.fm.
Low celebrates their 20th anniversary as a band with their new album The Invisible Way. Produced by Jeff Tweedy of Wilco and recorded in Wilco's Chicago studio, the Loft. Read more on Last.fm.