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Let Go [Import]

Nada Surf Audio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
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Nada Surf ~ Let Go

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By mike
Format:Audio CD
Yes, you heard me. Few bands can shake free the moniker of "One Hit Wonder", and to those who aren't familiar, Brooklyn, NY's Nada Surf had their brush with 15 minutes of fame several years ago with a major label release entitled "High/Low" as well as a chart topping single "Popular". Critics and music listeners alike were quick to write the band off as a flash in the pan, and those like myself who didn't know any better, paid no mind to the band's slow decline into obscurity.
Sure enough, last year and the indie label Barsuk records (home of popular indie rock gems such as Kind of Like Spitting, Death Cab For Cutie, The Prom, etc) came to Nada Surf with open arms, offering them to serve up a sophomore effort to their brief stint with mainstrem success, and prove to their listeners as well as their naysayers that their talents run deeper than a shallow radio jingle, and there is more to them than what was expected years before. Sure enough, the album "Let Go" was released to fans, both eager and skeptical.
Without question, Let Go is a perfect recording, and a nice break from every other rock outfit attempting to make waves with pompous critics and indie rock fans worldwide. From the start-off acoustic track "Blizzard of '77", the listener can be drawn in, yet still unaware and unsure of the band's intentions with this record. However, right away into track 2, you are quickly thrown for a loop, as the band shows you its lighter side and offers up a pop rock gem "Happy Kid" that could easily fit in on any modern rock radio station's playlist.
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5.0 out of 5 stars still popular, 10 years and counting... Nov. 16 2006
Format:Audio CD
Again, Nada Surf has put out an inspiring, smooth sounding , and mellow album, for which is in constant rotation in my cd player (in home, car, and mp3 player).

I never thought Nada Surf got its fair share of credit for there first cd High/Low. There label, Elektra was a major part of their demise. Unlike most people on this review, I loved the song Popular. It really turned me onto rock. It was different, the way it had talking, then got loud yelling and hit right into the chours. It really made a point though, at least to me. I rushed, and bought the first album, and have been hooked ever since to Nada Surf. The Proximeity Effect did not get its credit either. It as a nice follow up, but apparently didnt have the 'hit' single the big shots wanted after there big success on MTV with Popular.

I'm rambling...All in all, Let Go is an incredible cd, and delivers in all facets. I cant wait for more from my favorite rock group.

I only wish they could, bring back an album with the same rage, and raw lyrics that the song Popular brought. Maybe we can all expirence Popular part 2 in the near future!! I hope and know they can bring out another smash hit in the U.S.A. like Popular was!
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5.0 out of 5 stars what??? July 20 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
this is nada surf? the band that did that song popular?? one of the most shocking things i've found out in a long time, is that yes, this band that created this wonderful cd is the same band that created that piece of trash song called popular. this band seems very versatile. this cd is great. fruit fly and hi-speed soul, and blizzard of 77 are just great. i do recommend this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a top notch album by a highly underrated band... July 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
Nada Surf's "Let Go" is without a doubt, a good listen. A good chill album that is perfect for either wasting away a dreary rainy day listening to, or for throwin into your dash during a road trip. In my opinion, Nada Surf is a highly underrated band that deserves more acclaim & attention than they are receiving. I very much look forward to their next release.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking, to say the least !!! June 20 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I was never really a fan of Nada Surf before. I found their hit song "Popular" from the HIGH/LOW album to be, well...unpopular. A friend of mine asked me to listen to LET GO and after a few spins I really got it. This is an important recording. It injects new life into the pop/rock genre by keeping things simple. I've set the track "Neither Heaven Nor Space" on repeat many, many times. "Hi-Speed Soul," "Fruit Fly," "Inside Of Love" and "Happy Kid" are infectous little gems as well. Don't waste any time. This is a must-have!
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5.0 out of 5 stars + de français June 17 2004
Format:Audio CD
wow la chanson L'aventurier (un "cover" d'Indochine), est une chanson sur Bob Morane héhée. Elle ressemble bcp a la version originale mais avec un beat plus moderne. en plus vous aller avoir un sticker Nada Surf lalbum Let Go contient le nouveau tube L'aventurier (:P) et petite parenthèse en europe le piratage de cd est plus controler qu'en amÉrique donc vous pouvez pas graver le cd.
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Format:Audio CD
I was looking up the term 'power pop' in the dictionary the other day and I got the following definition 'bland, derivative, lazy, uninspired music'. I had to agree with the definition, at least after hearing Nada Surf. Nada Surf, for those of you who are fool and don't know had this one really big hit Popular that was funny, witty, and one of the few good songs on the albums. But the indie kids, always looking for something cool to latch onto, jumped on the Nada Surf bandwagon to look superior to their peers who gave up on the band long ago. This isn't anything you haven't already heard before. Basically they take Weezer, and remove any of the intensity and emotion that comes along with it. Let Go does manage to have one good song though, Killian's Red. It stands out among the wasteland of the rest of the album. It'd be nice to see Nada Surf take a smart, witty approach to their music as shown in the song Popular, but until then stay far, far away from the band.
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4.0 out of 5 stars lazy afternoon music
This album is like a great milkshake. Its smooth. great vocals and gorgeous hooks come in every track. Its cool. Read more
Published on May 5 2004 by okiebeachbum
4.0 out of 5 stars I miss you more than you know...
It's been a long and weird ride for the boys from Brooklyn. "Popular" dropped them onto heavy rotation on MTV, creating a ready-made backlash that left them, ironically,... Read more
Published on April 5 2004 by kendall lopere
4.0 out of 5 stars More than just 1 good song
I can't begin to count the number of CDs I have purchased in the last few years solely on the basis of one track. And sadly, the rest of the CD rarely lives up to that one song. Read more
Published on March 29 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars There is hope yet...
With all the crappy uninspired teenage relationship simple plan garbage that continues to brainwash our youth today, there is hope yet. Read more
Published on March 28 2004 by James M. Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Album by a Great Band
After hearing the band play an amazing live show, I bought this CD and have completely worn it out on my stereo! Read more
Published on March 21 2004 by Natasha ter Braak
5.0 out of 5 stars An unexpectedly FANTASTIC album!
I bought this album because I appreciated two of its hit tracks, "Inside Of Love" and "High Speed Soul. Read more
Published on March 17 2004 by Cat
5.0 out of 5 stars The rare one-hit wonder band that shows they are MUCH better
Nada Surf was dropped from their label after writing the Proximity Effect, with their label claiming that there was no "hit" track on the album. Read more
Published on March 13 2004 by John A. Bruno
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