Poor Old Lu - Waiting Room (CD)
- New Factory Sealed CD
- Jewel Case
The long awaited "The Waiting Room" by Poor Old Lu will leave Lusers a bit disillusioned--but not disappointed! The album is colored with pretty choruses and creativity that sound like nothing else out there--including Poor Old Lu.
The band breached the box of what Poor Old Lu was. Left behind is its harder edge, but the album's intricately different style will keep you from missing songs like "Rail" and "Receive" from their previous album: "A Picture of the Eighth Wonder." But Lusers won't help but wonder why this ever present staple was ignored in "The Waiting Room." Nevertheless, the new sound is intriguing and leaves its listeners with the realization that Poor Old Lu has only scratched the surface of its musical potential.
Aaron Sprinkle's mix is clean and well produced. Scott Hunter's lyrics are completely Christ-centered, leaving you feeling convicted and desiring to change your bent towards complacency. Hunter's vocals are more crisp than ever and are accompanied with creative traces of bgvs. Together, the style of music is vast and cannot be confined to any one genre.
Yet there's something that is not Lu-like--nor should be. "The Waiting Room" is a bit "poppy"! And "pop" is the complete antithesis of Poor Old Lu. Nonetheless, the band's first attempt at an album in nearly six years is a creative success.
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