- Summary: The man behind Built to Spill issues his first album under his own name, with a more acoustic, stripped-down, blues-influenced sound than you'll find on his BTS albums.
- Record Label: Warner Brothers
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Positive: 6 out of 6
Mixed: 0 out of 6
Negative: 0 out of 6
S.E.JohnsonOct 3, 2002If Robert Plant played Appalachian folk tunes, it would probably sound like this.
PhilP.Sep 22, 2002It has a neat sound.
ChristopherN.Oct 8, 2002A great album, clearly Martsch is expanding on his ambitions here. Bluesy and down-straight slide guitar riffs are entertaining and dynamic A great album, clearly Martsch is expanding on his ambitions here. Bluesy and down-straight slide guitar riffs are entertaining and dynamic enough to keep the album fresh and interesting.… Expand
KatrinaMJan 10, 2003Now You Know is an inspiring creation. I would expect nothing less from Doug Martsch.
BryanOct 9, 2002Doug never fails to amaze me
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