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  • Summary: The former Delgado singer releases her second solo album and has her former band member Paul Savage producing it.
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  1. Positive: 9 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. While sentimental on occasion, and certainly possessed by a lovelorn spirit that should connect with all but the hardest of hearts, The Law of Large Numbers never comes across cloyingly, its content ably handled and expressed with the same cliché-free purity The Delgados mastered.
  2. Now Pollock has rediscovered her former band’s grandiose esoterica and stark, scratchy danger.
  3. Under The Radar
    Pollack's released her second solo album, The Law Of Large Numbers, which is dramatically removed stylistically from Fireworks, yet outstrips it in pure songwriting acumen. [Spring 2010, p.70]
  4. Whereas Pollock’s 4AD debut was fairly charming and instant but a little slight, The Law of Large Numbers is the total opposite; a wonderfully simple, clever and loveable record initially masquerading as a complex and awkward one.
  5. Although a little inconsistent in its layout, The Law of Large Numbers packs that same precise bite that brought the Delgados to public knowledge, scaled down/expanded to suit its creator, who before writing songs was a physicist.
  6. The Law of Large Numbers is a smartly sequenced record.
  7. Q Magazine
    Few tracks are any way immediate. [Apr 2010, p.116]

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