An orchestra of the heart, a playground for the long lost sporadic thoughts of giving in or getting back. Pg.Lost is a swedish band of many directions, but most of all a band throbbing with great melancholy grinding against the precious high hopes of not just individual human thinking and feeling, but also contrasts within pushing the sonic boundries of endless instrumental experiments of prolonging. Pg.Lost recently recieved a lot of press attention because of an American individual attracting a record deal by falsely using their music as his own. But then again Pg.Lost does have a way of sounding like a deep emotion or unresolved issues, so no wonder a fraction of us get confused, and start mistaking their music for something private. Pg.Lost feature members from Eskju Divine and Last Days Of April and has supported bands like MONO, Khoma and Efterklang. "It''s Not Me, It''s You! is not for everyone, and it isn''t even for every post-rock fan. It''s a long, trying album seemingly designed to test your patience in short bursts, implanting you with the knowledge that yes, in time everything will make sense in any given song. Even when pg.lost turn into a "standard" post-rock band, they do it well and above most of their peers, and when pg.lost are *pg.lost*, they can challenge anyone else in the game when it comes to sheer talent and virtuosity. While the album may ride a little too heavily on the guitarists for many peoples tastes, it''s the best post-rock album I''ve heard since Yndi Halda''s Enjoy Eternal Bliss, and I surely hope pg.lost can build upon this and craft an album great enough to land them in direct comparisons with the Sigur Ros'' and GY!BE''s of the world. www.sputnikmusic.com 4,5/5 Points TRACKLISTING: 01. THE DAY SHIFT 02. HEAD HIGH 03. PASCAL''S LAW 04. MAQUINA 05. JONATHAN 06. SIREN

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Artist PG.LOST 1 Release date2009-01-09 AvailabilityNot in stock Delivery1 - 3 weeks Item no80920 Product groupVinyl Media2LP Record labelBlackstar 1 GenreExperimental Rock 214 ConditionNew, unplayed