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Album Review

Like Lush, Shallow is an alternative rock outfit that thrives on contrasts. This isn't to say that the two sound very much alike — Shallow, in fact, has a very identifiable sound all its own. But the bands do parallel each other in their ability to unite disparate elements into a surprisingly cohesive whole. In the capable hands of these Kansas residents, combining ethereal melodies with abstraction and dissonant guitars with light and soft vocals doesn't seem like a contradiction, but comes across as quite natural. The waifish, girlish singing of lead vocalist Julie Shields proves that she doesn't have a great range by any means — and yet, she's expressive, oddly appealing and quite appropriate for Shallow's ambient, spacy melodies and harmonies. Clearly, Shallow isn't afraid to take risks, and most of the time, they pay off handsomely.

Customer Reviews

Such a GREAT album!!!

I got this when it first came out in 97' and still listen to it on a regular basis. It hits on so many moods you can listen to it however you're feeling. It rocks hard but also has an hypnotic droning on it's more mellow songs that's perfect when you need that down time. I can't say enough about it. Buy it!! You won't be sorry.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Not to be confused with other 1990s bands named Shallow, this Shallow is a distinctive and risk-taking alternative rock unit that was formed in the small Kansas town of DeSoto in the early 1990s. The group has thrived on contrasts; lush melodies and the waifish, girlish singing of Julie Shields contrast with dissonant and noisy guitars--and yet, Shallow hasn't had a problem making it all fit together nicely. For Shallow, the first pieces of the puzzle started falling into place in 1988, when bass...
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