Quiet Is the New Loud - Kings of Convenience
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  1. Winning a Battle, Losing the War
  2. Toxic Girl
  3. Singing Softly to Me
  4. I Don't Know What I Can Save You From
  5. Failure
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  1. Winning a Battle, Losing the War
  2. Toxic Girl
  3. Singing Softly to Me
  4. I Don't Know What I Can Save You From
  5. Failure
  6. The Weight of My Words
  7. The Girl from Back Then
  8. Leaning Against the Wall
  9. Little Kids
  10. Summer on the Westhill
  11. The Passenger
  12. Parrallel Lines
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Under an album title that practically became a mantra for the European music press, Kings of Convenience display everything that is right and everything that is wrong with the new acoustic movement. The duo employs their guitars to create touching ballads at will, but they forget to vary their pace at times. Quiet Is the New Loud is immeasurably gentle. Comparing the band to Belle and Sebastian and Nick Drake, as so many music critics have, isn't quite right. It's nearly impossible to find a hint of irony in the music of ...

Quiet Is the New Loud 2001, Astralwerks

UPC: 724352907229

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