Thursday, July 15, 2021

Low - The Great Destroyer (2005)


Low - The Great Destroyer (2005)


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"Monkey" – 4:19

"California" – 3:23

"Everybody's Song" – 3:55

"Silver Rider" – 5:03

"Just Stand Back" – 3:04

"On the Edge Of" – 3:49

"Cue the Strings" – 3:30

"Step" – 3:18

"When I Go Deaf" – 4:41

"Broadway (So Many People)" – 7:14

"Pissing" – 5:08

"Death of a Salesman" – 2:28

"Walk into the Sea" – 2:56




 

Low Band Members / Musicians

Mimi Parker – percussion, vocals, production, mixing

Zak Sally – bass guitar, production, mixing, painting, illustrations

Alan Sparhawk – guitar, vocals, production, mixing


Gerry Beckley – backing vocals on "Everybody's Song"

Greg Calbi – mastering at Sterling Sound

Dave Fridmann – production, mixing, keyboards on "California", "Everybody's Song", "Step", and "Broadway (So Many People)"

Tom Herbers – engineering

Jeff Kleinsmith – layout

Hollis Mae Sparhawk – vocals on "Step", photography




The Great Destroyer is the 7th studio album by American indie rock band Low. It was released on January 25, 2005 as their first recording on Sub Pop Records.

"California", a song about Sparhawk's mother, was released as the album's first single, backed with a demo of "Cue the Strings". A remix EP of "Monkey", entitled "Tonight the Monkeys Die", soon followed. Music videos were created for both.

The title of the album (as well as the song "Silver Rider") is taken from the story within the album art.

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