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  • Audio CD (September 11, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ipecac Recordings
  • ASIN: B000TQAFAK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,707 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Qui are an experimental LA band who mix just about every musical genre known to man. They are led by David Yow, the former frontman of infamous noisemakers The Jesus Lizard, who sounds like he gargles gravel in the morning. Combine the two-as on Qui's second album-and the result is sprawling, unpredictable, and about as forgiving as ebola. TM -- NME, September 8,2007

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mordikai Crump on September 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
bergman's film portrayed a dysfunctional set of matriachs, the most domineering a woman who regularly gains solace by taking broken glass and cutting her genetalia. it is a disturbing series of scenes. i am a crisis worker, both on phones and in the field. i see horrible, horrible things, and this music makes those horrible things all seem okay, not because they are, but because the songs seem to normalize those horribles. david yow gets paid in alcohol, which makes him my patron saint. qui is wonderful. the rabidity of jesus lizard, the humor of zappa, and the je nais se qua of david lynch. i particularly love 'freeze' and the pink floyd cover 'echoes' is hilarious.
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Look, the cover of Pink Floyd's "Echoes" alone is worth the price of admission. Come on...admit it, you've always wondered what David Yow would sound like trying to sing David Gilmour parts.

The rest of the album rawks out too, even though Yow isn't as crazy as he is on Jesus Lizard stuff. The overall sound is more than a little reminiscent of Shellac, even though Albini wasn't the producer. I guess once you've experienced that Electrical Audio magic, you're changed for life. Anyway, enough about that! You want this disc because there's a PINK FLOYD cover on it!
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Wonderfully demented Yow backed by a two piece with some interesting riffs and excellent drumming. Who could go wrong?
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nick S on November 16, 2008
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I want to take you down to the damned. Bear audio witness to a man screaming for salvation, amiss a world of misery. You may not exactly cry, but you will be scared, startled and oddly amused. This was once the world of David Yow's Scratch Acid and Jesus Lizard. Now it is the territory of a new breed of The Yow, called Qui (pronounced "key"). It may be a new world, but the demon inside does not stray too far away from the devil.

Love's Miracle is the third album from a band that was started by the duo of Paul Christensen and Matt Cronk, who handle drums, guitar and vocals, respectively. The music does not feature a bass, but you won't care, as it's still plenty noisy and sonically appealing -- as, Yow did after all pick this band to come out of his retirement with. With a good near-decade between an LP of Yow, his first album for the band, we are treated to something that is different, but should not disappoint Yow fans; when Yow's drunken yelps are featured is when the album is at its best.

Yet, before we get more into that, it must be said that when Yow isn't howling at the mike, is when what seem to be Christensen's and Cronk's turn both vocally and lyrically to deploy. Now, I must admit that I could not find definite "credit" info outside of the scant "duty" list on the back of this album anywhere I looked. It simply credits all three with vocal work, but never clarifies who is doing what song. Obviously, I know Yow's signature voice; yet, when it does not sound like Yow, I honestly have no idea who is singing.

This might sound irrelevant to the reader, but actually, this is also the source of Love's Miracle's bad elements. Simply, when the album does not sound Yow-sized, both vocally and lyrically, it usually does not work.
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