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Feeder: Silent Cry: Deluxe Edition CD - £1.95 & Pushing The Senses - £2.45 @ Zavvi

Disc 1

1. We Are The People
2. Itsumo
3. Miss You
4. Tracing Lines
5. Silent Cry
6. Fires
7. Heads Held High
8. 8.18
9. Who's The Enemy
10. Space
11. Into The Blue
12. Guided By A Voice
13. Sonorous
14. Yeah Yeah Yeah
15. Every Minute

Pushing the Senses

Tracklisting
Disc 1

1. Feeling A Moment
2. Bitter Glass
3. Tumble And Fall
4. Tender
5. Pushing The Senses
6. Frequency
7. Morning Life
8. Pilgrim Soul
9. Pain On Pain
10. Dove Grey Sands
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1 Like #1
we the people is an incredible song.

definitely going to go add it to my current playlist right now :D
#2
Pushing the Senses is flawless.
Hot.
#3
Nice, thanks :-)
#4
good Cd and a great price - buy it - worth 2 pounds of anybodies money
#5
<3 Feeder - have some heat !
#6
Definitely worth £1.95, heat added.
#7
silent cry is a really decent album, bargain.
#8
Good price, but do yourselves a favour and track down either Polythene or Yesterday Went Too Soon rather than this mediocre Radio 2 friendly mess :(

'Shatter' is probably the pick of the songs released around the time of Silent Cry/PTS and it isn't on either album

Edited By: Bossworld on Mar 20, 2011 20:56
#9
There's always one that criticises bands for mellowing after 10+ years
#10
IMO their best stuff was from Yesterday Went Too Soon and Comfort in Sound - since then, I've not really liked their music...
#11
Despite it's brevity, Swim is still my favourite.
#12
Super cheep for a band I personally recommend. Lol also seen live. At these prices perfect to add to my spotify collection as there not on it.
#13
welshman10
There's always one that criticises bands for mellowing after 10+ years


I've been to see them 5 times mate, I also went to see them as Renegades when no **** else was cheering cos Northdumbria Uni had billed it as Feeder to try and flog more tickets. They certainly weren't mellow at that point, but these two albums represent a horrible in-between period.

And as someone above said, go and listen to Swim and you'll see my point.

Edited By: Bossworld on Mar 21, 2011 08:10
#14
Bossworld
welshman10
There's always one that criticises bands for mellowing after 10+ years


I've been to see them 5 times mate, I also went to see them as Renegades when no **** else was cheering cos Northdumbria Uni had billed it as Feeder to try and flog more tickets. They certainly weren't mellow at that point, but these two albums represent a horrible in-between period.

And as someone above said, go and listen to Swim and you'll see my point.


I already listened to Swim hundreds of times over the last decade or so, as with Polythene and all their other albums.

I admit YWTS was my favourite album of theirs for a long time, but the ones that get roundly criticised, like Comfort in Sound, Silent Cry and Pushing the Senses are still top albums IMO. I actually prefer the less heavy sounding feeder. While Renegades is listenable, it is instantly forgettable...the only track I can remember off the top of my head is Call Out and that has very throwaway lyrics.

The best Feeder song for me is Satellite News or maybe Murmur.

It's like the Manics, everyone has a go at them for Lifeblood because it doesn't sound angry like The Holy Bible.
#15
welshman10


I already listened to Swim hundreds of times over the last decade or so, as with Polythene and all their other albums.

I admit YWTS was my favourite album of theirs for a long time, but the ones that get roundly criticised, like Comfort in Sound, Silent Cry and Pushing the Senses are still top albums IMO. I actually prefer the less heavy sounding feeder. While Renegades is listenable, it is instantly forgettable...the only track I can remember off the top of my head is Call Out and that has very throwaway lyrics.

The best Feeder song for me is Satellite News or maybe Murmur.

It's like the Manics, everyone has a go at them for Lifeblood because it doesn't sound angry like The Holy Bible.


The problem is mate that most reviews are linked into the last two albums and have no idea of the stuff before it, fair enough you sound like you've been there since the start so you know the older tunes.

Satellite News is one of my favourites and funnily enough I didn't have it for years cos I always bought the Japanese edition albums for the bonus tracks.

Personally I think Comford in Sound is solid if not spectacular, it was a decent regrouping after Jon's death, but Pushing the Senses is just dull. Silent Cry had 2 OK tracks (Miss You/Silent Cry), Renegades was poor (other than the title track which is superb) as they didn't seem to have an identity of their own, but it was a step back towards their roots at least. Got to hear Sweet 16 live which was great.
#16
No probs mate, glad to have some discussion about them anyway

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