Initially underwhelming, C'mon takes its time to set in, not unlike most of Low's discography. However, what sets this apart from the band's truly great records is that there is a lack of continuity across the album, and there exists a notable disparity in the quality of individual tracks. Regardless, this still goes to show that the band are still able to put out good music as they have done for the past twenty years. I Could Live in Hope and Things We Lost in the Fire won't happen again, so I've realised it's wrong to criticise other work for not being like those. Worth hearing if you're a fan of Low or the genre.
One thing you have to admire about this band, is that they consistently put out solid albums every few years, and largely...it will go almost completely unnoticed. But they've done exactly what anyone could hope they could do. They've kept the same fanbase intact, and they've kept them pleased for the last 20 years. This album is no exception. It might not rank up there with their best, but it's still very good.