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2 reviews »Old slacker rock warhorses never die. They just reform their old bands and in between tours release solo albums. On the back of touring with the band who once split up and reformed without him, Lou Barlow has unleashed a new solo album entitled 'Goodnight Unknown'. Once some kind of lo-fi demi god, Lou's status has been marred a little in recent years with a series of ropey half baked records. My ... »

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Goodnight Unknown by Lou Barlow
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 01 October 2009
Old slacker rock warhorses never die. They just reform their old bands and in between tours release solo albums. On the back of touring with the band who once split up and reformed without him, Lou Barlow has unleashed a new solo album entitled 'Goodnight Unknown'. Once some kind of lo-fi demi god, Lou's status has been marred a little in recent years with a series of ropey half baked records. My first thought on seeing this in my review pile is 'what's the point?'......... But why not eh? If he wants to release records then I'm glad. If you like Lou you'll probably find a lot in here to enjoy. "Too Much Freedom" certainly shows he still has a way with a lovely acoustic melody. Strangely despite the first two tracks being noisy the rest of the record seems to be that kind of laid back mellow thing he does. Good. Glad all that's sorted. I'm happy.

8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 26th October 2014

Loving Sebadoh and therefore Lou Barlow as much as I do I had been a little bit disappointed by his first solo album, “EMOH” and with hearing the single “The Right”, “Goodnight Unknown” wasn’t going to excite me much more. However, he has set a fairly high benchmark for himself by writing songs like “Brand New Love” and there is always something that will be worth listening to amongst his solo output. As it turns out, after a fairly non-descript opener in “Sharing”, this album is pretty good. “Too Much Freedom”, “Faith In Your Heartbeat”, “Take Advantage” and especially “The One I Call” sound more like the Lou we know and love. Well done, Lou!


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