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I hope I am not the only Lou fan in the UK!!! This album is a return to form for Mr Barlow, it seems Dino reunion has sparked some fun and life into the song writer. Lots of great tunes and a full sound. My only complaint is that it does not sound fluid its a bit all over ranging from stripped bare acoustic to the first full band slightly muddy sounding track you are never too sure what the next song will bring, but like all good albums it is not an instant album and for those who love SEbadoh the above complaint is nothing new. GO BUY THIS ALBUM PEOPLE and discover what heartfelt real and honest songwriting is all about.

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Biography

Born: 17 July 1966 in Dayton, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Arguably the most prolific songwriter of his generation, Lou Barlow has also been one of the most influential; thanks to his lo-fi legacy, any geek with a guitar, a four-track machine, and an unrequited crush on a girl could become an underground pop star. Although born in Dayton, Ohio, on July 17, 1966 Barlow was raised primarily in Amherst, Massachusetts, where during high school he joined forces with fellow introverted outsider J Mascis in the hardcore band Deep Wound. After the group's breakup...
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