Another One Lost (2003) Of all the mutations evolving out of the jam scene, these Baltimore submariners may be the strangest. They're best known for mainly instrumental, groove-science-dropping, deep-space-exploring… 2003-08-05 Lake Trout Reissues
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Another One Lost (2003)

EW's GRADE
B

Details Release Date: Aug 05, 2003; Lead Performance: Lake Trout; Genre: Reissues

Of all the mutations evolving out of the jam scene, these Baltimore submariners may be the strangest. They're best known for mainly instrumental, groove-science-dropping, deep-space-exploring live sets. But ''Another One Lost'' finds them getting serious about songwriting, the perpetual Achilles' heel of their noodling comrades. It's good news they're looking beyond the Dead/Phish axis for inspiration, and if they need to get over their Radiohead obsession, at least they've found a worthy cribbing source. Secret weapon: drummer Michael Lowry, whose ability to play warp-speed jungle breakbeats in real time is jaw-dropping. IPOD PEOPLE The disc comes ''supertagged'' with a 30-minute instrumental MP3 that outfreaks the actual record.

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Originally posted Sep 05, 2003 Published in issue #726 Sep 05, 2003 Order article reprints