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- space_age_hero7...05 Apr, 2007by
Simply amazing, this is an album that really deserves to be listened and loved. It is the 2nd full lenght album from Feeder, released in '99. It features some of the greatest Feeder tracks. The album immediately starts with a great one: "Anaesthetic", a quite hard song, if you want your neighbours to ring the police this is the right track to listen to! "Insomnia" is a hard one too, it was released as a single and it is considered one of Feeder's finest works... "Picture of perfect youth" is a soft lovely ballad that gave the title to their first b-sides collection released in 2004. Now there's the best work off the album, the title track: "Yesterday went too soon" is an epic mid-tempo song, it's neither soft nor hard, it could be well considered their best song along with "Shatter", "Just a day", "Buck Rogers" and "High". The album proceeds until the end with an alternation of hard and soft songs: the best are surely "Waiting for changes" (fuel injected fast track that according to Grant is about his own everyday life experiences), "Day in day out" (released as a single, great lyrics, great melody, great song, great everything!), "You're my evergreen" (funny, strong and fast song), "Hole in my head" (sometimes called the older sister of Just a day, it is about stress) and then "Paperfaces" (a calm track that talks about being in a relationship with someone that doesn't like the person you're with). The other songs also are great: "Radioman" is a soft song with much indie rock feel to it... it represents basically what Feeder did in 1999. The lyrics are great and going by what Grant says this is about a person he knew when he was a bike courier in 1992. "Tinsel town" is another soft track that you could listen to when you're a bit sad... probably the softest on the album. "Dry" is the full band version of the acoustic b-side appeared on the Suffocate single in 1998... the song is about a relationship gone bad, and it really is the greatest soft song on the album. "So well" has quite the same sound as "Radioman", but it's a bit less melodic."Bubblehead" is the last song on the album. It is a hidden track because it is included in track 13 and it starts after 5 minutes that Paperfaces has ended). It's a strong rock song with Grant's vocals being completely distorted, a great work though! Buy this album, it is a great tribute to british rock music!!! Read full review
- simplythebaz06 Aug, 2009by
Classic Album Attached To Many Fond Memories
Feeder are a great band with a tragic story and many great songs. I was introduced to this album during my first year at university and it was part of my soundtrack while I was there. Mixture of chilled, jump-up-and-down and nod-yer-head tunes creates a blend of pop-rock that is a hit with all music fans.
- katrinatori29 Jan, 2008by
Feeder; the intermediate years
It is difficult to place much of Feeder's work from the late 90s into a definite category of wondrousness. While they still maintain much of they youthful, rocky charm, as can be found in tracks such as Anaesthetic and Picture of Perfect Youth, along with their emotive capture of emotional pain, evident in Dry and Paperfaces, it is obvious that the band had become more commercialised. Regardless of this, however, there is much to be enjoyed, particularly the wonderful You're My Evergreen.
- rebel_yell_198513 Nov, 2007by
My fave tracks from this album are YWTS, Paperfaces, Waiting For Changes, and Tinsel Town (Tinsel Town being a personal fave). It took several listens before it grew on me though, and apart from the tracks I've just mentioned, the rest sounds like filler. Prior to YWTS though, Feeder just looked to me like a Spinal Tap rock band.
- 174107843@delet...22 Jun, 2006by
My favourite Feeder album. Perfect for jumping about your bedroom in your underwear to. Especially Hole In My Head & Evergreen, amazing =)