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  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Elektra
  • ASIN: B000002HM6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
I've been discovering Nada Surf backwards ever since being seduced by the crystalline guitar-pop of Let Go earlier this year. This is perhaps not the best way to go about it: opener 'Deeper Well' is a little rudimentary and bears scarce resemblance to the unselfconscious assurances of 'Blonde on Blonde', and the initial comparison is unfavourable. As an album in its own right, then, Hi/Low never quite takes off, and if like me you're coming to it retrospectively, it's difficult to avoid (unfairly) putting it in the context of the band's late-90's stylistic evolution. However, there are some decent tunes on here, and you can detect the germ of later greatness in songs like 'The Plan' and 'Stalemate', while 'Popular' is still a juvenile thrill to hear: a moodier re-working of Weezer's ' Sweater Song'. It's undoubtedly the quieter interludes on this album that best exhibit Nada Surf's latent greatness; the intro to 'Hollywood' is definitely getting there, but 'Zen Brain' hits the spot with unerring accuracy, coming out of nowhere to tug at your heart strings. All soft chord-work, elegant bass and plaintive vocals, it's a worthy cousin to later Surf classics like 'Bad Best Friend' and 'Inside of Love'. Strong finishing from Caws and Co. but, in the nicest possible way, 'High/Low' is still a gutsy, talented First Division contender to Let Go's swaggering Champions League outfit. Even so, I'd recomment buying it, for the sake of completing your collection, and for the sprinkled moments of magic. How about 'Throw away your crushes, all your childhood crutches' for a poignant line? Brilliant.
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This album is brilliant, and although not as good as their follow-up, this shows how they progressed into a more mellow sound. The album opens with the crunching guitar of "Deeper Well", probably the least original song on the album, but a great rock tune. The following track, "The Plan" is great! With its fast, catchy bass-line and heart touching bridge makes its very complex. Popular is the worst song as its a tad boring. "Sleep" is a catchy rock tune with chilling verses. "Stalemate" shows the first really mellow track, and boy do they do it well, with a wicked solo at the end. "Treehouse is another fast rock tune. "Icebox" is a very touching song, although still a great rock song as well, and the same goes for "Psychic Caramel". "Hollywood" is a great song because it switches between fast and loud to mellow and heart warming several times in one minute, but is still easy to listen to. "Zen Brain" is the song the whole album works up to. It will warm your heart and leave you breathless, the lyrics are great with Matthew Caws singing "Throw away your crushes, all your chilhood crutches", and the calming guitar is amazing too. The whole song leaves you thinking about everything you've ever done, and is by far the best on the album. All in all, this is a great album, and despite only being about 30 minutes long, is well worth it.
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This is the best college rock LP your ever going to buy. Popular being the best track because of the lyrics and the catchiest riff ever. Every track is brilliant all individual and very bouncy. Think of Weezer on speed and an attitude then this album is what you have got. If you whack it on at a party then youre going to pull a crowd!!! Brilliant!
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By A Customer on 11 Oct. 1999
Format: Audio CD
Nada Surf rock! These guys totally deserve success. 'Popular' was picked up by MTV (I think) and that's how I was inspired to get this CD. So many of these tunes are fantastic - 'Deeper Well', 'The Plan', 'Popular' and 'Stalemate' are maybe the four best, but the quality all-round is impressive.
I remember the press saying they should have been around five years earlier, when they could have been seen as a viable pop-grunge affair. That's so unfair, though; I've seen them play live twice and they had so much energy both times. GET HOLD OF THIS CD!
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