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  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Enhanced, Maxi
  • Label: Echo
  • ASIN: B00006JKAN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 446,950 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Come back around
2. Opaque
3. Come back around (acoustic session)
4. Come back around (Video/Enhanced)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
...Feeder have a good track reccord when it comes to singles, often their B sides are as good as the A side and make the singles worth buying. So i exspected a lot from this.
the A side is 'Come Back Around' is what you will have heard off the radio or saw on the music channels. So you'll know it's a very good song.
As for the other tracks, 'Opaque', is a bit of an odd one. When you first hear it it just sounds pretty disjointed, and doesn't seem to work. But after a couple of listens you start see a differnt side of it, and suddenly it all comes togehter and you can see it is actually a pretty good song after all.
The 'Come Back Around' acoustic verison is suprisingly similar to the normal version, which is a bit of a let down. As when you hear Feeders acoustic versions of past hits 'Buck Rogers' and 'Just a Day', they display a completely differnt side to the track and it works very well. But this acoustic version of 'Come Back Around' is far to similar to the original, to really offer anything new.
As for the enhanced extras, you get the video for 'Come Back Around', some preview clips of the bands new album 'Comfort in Sound' and some desktop wall papers and thats about it. Not much really, but it's interesting to hear samples of the new album that isn't out yet.
So overall unlike some previous Feeder singles where the B sides have been known to out shine the A side. 'Come Back Around' is definetely the best track on the cd. But the B sides are still strong enough to justify buying this cd as well as the CD1 version of 'Come Back Around'. It should do well in the charts, not because of the tragic loss of Feeders drummer Jon Lee earlier this year, but because it is a good song and deserves it on it's own merit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steps on 10 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Grant and Taka are back. Following the tragic suicide of drummer Jon Lee (R.I.P) Feeder return with a stomping single preceding the fourth LP. 'Come Back Around' soars, hugging a glorious riff and a spanking chorus. Inevitably it's an emotional song "Come back around, I miss you around." and it's great to have em back. Similar in tone to the directness of Insomnia rather than the bubblegum fun of Buck Rogers a great cut from an awesome album.
Nuff said.
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After the tragic death of drummer Jon Lee in the early days of this year, there were doubts as to whether Feeder would go on. And thank god they did.
This is possibly one of the, if not THE, best single Feeder have ever released. Behind it's high octane, soft/hard contrasts, lies an unmistakable emotion. This emotion is real, and you can hear it in Grant's voice. The drumming on the track, by former Skunk Anasie drummer Mark Richardson, is top notch, and is a great tribute to Jon. The melody is catchy and the guitars and bass at their usual crunching best.
A great comeback single, that deserves to go to number 1... For its raw quality, its emotion, and most of all, for Jon.
"Come back around... I miss you around..."
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Feeder are back! and back with a bang! This is a fantastic single under the circumstances, it shows what state of mind the band were in earlier this year. While the lyrics are deep and meaningful the song is uplifting and not depressive, it's catchy and a grower, i'd recommend you to buy this if you liked Feeder's earlier stuff and even the newer stuff from 'Echo Park'
I'm chuffed for the lads and this deserves to go top 10, I just hope it does, really looking forward to the forthcoming album titled 'Comfort in Sound' how every fitting.
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One of the best Feeder songs ever, the melodic tune and somewhat thoughtful lyrics don't totally reflect Feeder's state of mind during the hard time they have been through.
The song has parts in which you have to think to yourself how good it is, and you'd certainly be right. The B-sides don't disappoint either, and are just as well suited to accompanying the song as anything Feeder could have made.
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