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Quiet Is the New Loud

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Download links and information about Quiet Is the New Loud by Kings Of Convenience. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 44:59 minutes.

Artist: Kings Of Convenience
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 44:59
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Winning a Battle, Losing the War 3:54
2. Toxic Girl 3:09
3. Singing Softly to Me 3:09
4. I Don't Know What I Can Save You From 4:37
5. Failure 3:33
6. The Weight of My Words 4:07
7. The Girl from Back Then 2:29
8. Leaning Against the Wall 3:18
9. Little Kids 3:46
10. Summer on the Westhill 4:33
11. The Passenger 3:13
12. Parallel Lines 5:11

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The debut album by the Norwegian duo Kings of Convenience was aptly titled, describing the philosophy behind their artistic approach while simultaneously challenging the world to a paradigm shift of sorts. Quiet Is the New Loud lent a contemporary voice to the echo of the American mid-century folk revival movement, focusing on sparse acoustic arrangements built around two guitars and two voices. Taking a page from Simon & Garfunkel, tracks like "Winning a Battle, Losing the War" are lyrical and potent, featuring close harmonies and counterpoint guitar parts. The more percussive, Brazilian-inspired guitar patterns on "Leaning Against the Wall" and "The Passenger" give the album a rounded currentness. For such delicate work, Quiet Is the New Loud is surprisingly substantial—a realized artistic statement that carries itself with heart and conviction.