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Another One Lost
Lake Trout
Another One Lost
Genres: Alternative Rock, Jazz, Pop, Rock
 
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Before recording their third studio album in 2002, Baltimore's Lake Trout was a decent if hardly essential band cast adrift on the jam circuit with songs that mixed together acoustic guitars and hip-hop rhythms. But with A...  more »

     
   
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All Artists: Lake Trout
Title: Another One Lost
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Palm Pictures (Audio
Original Release Date: 1/1/2003
Re-Release Date: 8/5/2003
Album Type: Enhanced
Genres: Alternative Rock, Jazz, Pop, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Another One Lost
UPC: 660200800529

Synopsis

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Before recording their third studio album in 2002, Baltimore's Lake Trout was a decent if hardly essential band cast adrift on the jam circuit with songs that mixed together acoustic guitars and hip-hop rhythms. But with Another One Lost, the group finally hits its stride, delivering a record with real emotional punch. It surges with creativity, recalling the work of experimental rock visionaries like Radiohead and Mars Volta, and flaunting a set of gripping songs: "Say Something" soars with fractured drums and a haunting harmonica, the potent "Bliss" crackles with dense, menacing riffs, and the chilling title track is built out of scratchy acoustic tones and frontman Woody Ranere's sky-scraping Jeff Buckley-style falsetto. Another One Lost is quite an achievement. --Aidin Vaziri

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Long term reader, first time writer...
Tedley | Portland, ME | 10/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"when it comes to reviews...i'm more of a voyeur. HOWEVER...after seeing Lake Trout perform at VooDoo Music Festival in New Orleans in Oct 2004...i felt like i had to write a review....1st let me say there were no bands in Baltimore when i attended college there from 88-92....Lake Trout is amazing...and better LIVE....they freakn' rocked New Orleans....as good as the pixies were live....these guys were more impressive....
This album is better than their first...but it kinda depends on what your tastes are....i like pink floyd, radiohead, coldplay, jeff buckley, and genesis when they still had peter gabriel. I think Lake Trout's music is more tangible than Radiohead's (which most feel is a comparable sound). For me, tracks 2 and 6 stand out...
whethe your trying to impress on your young girlfriend what she needs to be listening to instead of that linsey lohan crap...or you're with your older girlfriend and you're sharing some herbal remedies....lake trout is it....and none of that fishy smell left on your fingers..

looking forward to another album....and please play Portland, Maine...sometime....
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'ANOTHER ONE LOST' IS A MUST HAVE!
joshk212 | New York City | 09/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"For fans of Coldplay, Radiohead, DJ Shadow, The Pixies, Mogwai, The Flaming Lips, and Pink Floyd. 'Another One Lost' is by far my favorite record of the year. I first saw the band play live last year in Brooklyn and was absolutely blown away. The power of their music is indescribable. Experiencing a Lake Trout show is [awesome]. 'Another One Lost' is a perfect showcase of their talent and best [money] I spent this year. I wish them luck... we need more bands like Lake Trout these days."
Cerebral, Moody, Sampled-Inspired Rock
J. Thompson | 08/05/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this a while back at one of their shows, but since it's on Amazon, I guess I'll review it. Honestly, it's hard to compare these guys to anyone. I think there's a Radiohead influence, but only in the tone of the music. Woody Ranere's voice is one of the better voices I've heard in rock in quite a while. The music is dark and at times experimental. You can tell these guys are influenced by electronic music (mostly instrumental hip-hop and sample stuff, but a little IDM too). I'd recommend this album for fans of Death In Vegas, Massive Attack, South, Radiohead, Amon Tobin, Mars Volta, Interpol and post 1996 Primal Scream. Anyway, it's good, check it out."