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Comfort in Sound [Special Edition CD + DVD]

Feeder Audio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (29 Sep 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Echo
  • ASIN: B0000B17RL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 80,121 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Just the way I'm feeling
2. Come back around
3. Helium
4. Child in you
5. Comfort in sound
6. Forget about tomorrow
7. Summer's gone
8. Godzilla
9. Quickfade
10. Find the colour
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Just the way I'm feeling (video)
2. Forget about tomorrow (video)
3. Find the colour (video)
4. Come back around (video)
5. Forget about tomorrow (live at Brixton)
6. Just a day (video)
7. Can't stand losing you (live at Reading 2001)
8. Buck Rogers (live at Reading 2001)

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That Feeder have produced an album in the same year as the tragic death of their drummer is admirable in itself, but what defies belief is the sheer quality of the songs that make up Comfort in Sound, the band's fourth full-length album. After the exuberant pop (and mainstream success) of 2001's Echo Park, the lyrics here are darker, starker and, much like the Manic Street Preachers' seminal Everything Must Go, intensely personal. From the lush strings and emotional turbulence of "Forget About Tomorrow" to the epic scope and spine-tingling wall of sound that is the title track, this is Yesterday Went Too Soon to the power of Polythene.

"Just the Way I'm Feeling" is classic Feeder (think "Day In Day Out" meets "Undivided", with strings) and has a naked vocal that characterises (and exemplifies) the whole album. "Summer's Gone" plays Muse at their own game (and wins), whereas "Find the Colour" is shameless, glorious pop and a welcome beam of feel-good optimism after the album's stand-out track "Quick Fade"--a heart-wrenching love letter to a much missed friend. The melancholy is inescapable however, because "the love pollution's setting in" ("Love Pollution"--perhaps Nicholas's most perfectly realised song). Only the pointless noise of "Godzilla" blemishes an otherwise perfect record. Mature, sophisticated and epic, Nicholas's design for life has made him one of the most gifted songwriters in Britain today. This is awesome, but devastating. --Ben Johncock

Product Description

FEEDER Comfort In Sound - Special Edition (2003 UK issue 2-disc CD/DVD set comprising of 12 track CD album plus bonus 8-track DVD featuring the previously unreleased Buck Rogers - Live picture sleeve ECHDV43)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their best yet 6 Feb 2004
Format:Audio CD
Having been a fan of feeder since hearing High many years ago, I was slightly disappointed with Echo Park. Where was the standout track of previous albums (High, Yesterday went too soon), that no other British Indie band could come close to writing. It was a good album without doubt, but compared to their latest, it doesn't hold a match to it, let alone a tourch. This album hasn't got anything quite like Insomnia or Buck Rogers, but that's not what this record about (well apart from the dreadful godzilla). There are some very good tracks, such as the first single 'come back around', 'comfort in sound', 'find the colour' and the wonderful closing track 'moonshine', and these songs alone filled with previous feeder fare would still probably merit 3-4 stars.
However, there are three tracks on this album which in my humble opinion make this the stand out album of 2003. Firstly, Love Pollution, which seems like the perfect end to this album (until Moonshine comes alone) is a melodic song which would be perfect to listen to whilst staring out the window at another miserable day and trying to convince yourself that things aren't really that bad after all. If that track doesn't cheer you up, try Just the way I'm feeling, which was probably Feeder's big breakthrough into mainstream radio (and the perfect song to do so). It's catchy, beautifully written, a builds beautifully to a big chorus. But then there is probably one of the ultimate feel good songs of last year, Forget About Tomorrow. Heard it live on Radio 1 before this album was released and immediately fell in love with it. Listen to the words, listen to the strings, and I defy anyone with a passion for good guitar music not to feel the hairs stand up on the back of their neck.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great record! 31 Dec 2003
Format:Audio CD
This is simply a superd album, and is now my favourite Feeder album. I agree with everything bing_is_back says, especially when mentioning the track Moonshine. As good as JTWIF, Come Back Around, etc are this is my favourite track. It's got so much feeling about it and it's nice to see someone else has given it a mention.
I've liked Feeder from Swim to Echo Park, and although 'Comfort In Sound' is in a completely different style, in my opinion it's even better.
There isn't a bad track on this album (Godzilla may not fit in with the rest of the album particularly well, but it's still a good song and offers a bit of variety.) BUY IT!!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just superb 19 Dec 2003
By JC
Format:Audio CD
Quite simply this album is fantastic. If you are a die-hard Feeder fan you may have been a little dissapointed on a first listen, but stay with it because once you have listened to Comfort in Sound a few times it will become a firm favourite.
What to me sets it apart from Feeders previous offerings is the emotion involved. Like Stereophonic's Word Gets Around, alot of the songs are based on unfortunate events and feelings. The result of this is a very mature and very polished album - you just have to listen to the lyrics to understand what the band were going through at the time.
The worst track 'Godzilla' is an attempt to put in a up-tempo fast guitar track to apease the rock fans, but this album really doesn't need it.
'Moonshine' is a superb track to end the album on and really expresses how personal this album is.
Im not a big fan of artists taking a change of direction, (in my opinion both the Stereophonics and Blur are making much worse albums now than in their earlier years), but this album truly is brilliant, and a must for anyone who likes music that is made for the right reasons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars moving stuff 8 Jan 2005
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
this album is amazing. the best yet from feeder. really deep stuff this time, more melodic than previous stuff, which is better in my opinion. really moving some of it. the final 3 tracks sum up the feelings of the album, and the last track moonshine is an amazing ender. every track except for godzilla is great, highlights being just the way im feeling, comfort in sound, summers gone, and the last 4. in fact all are great, but those come to mind. this album really is moving. i just hope the new album can live uo the high standards feeder have set with this. a brillaint english rock band, i hope they go a long way. i've seen them live, mainly promoting this album, and they are great. energetic varied and exciting
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Album of the Year.... 4 Oct 2003
Format:Audio CD
I bought the original album in Jan 2003, and the fact that I have bought around 20 Feeder records since then proves how good this album is. First off, the album. It is my favourite album of all time, there is not a bad song on the album, and any bad songs will grow on you. The singles Just the Way I'm Feeling, Come Back Around, Forget about Tomorrow and Find the COulour are all excellent tracks, but there are plenty more great songs on the album. The Muse-like Summer's Gone is superb, as is the beautiful Love Pollution, Comfort in sound and Child in You (Reminscient of Piece by Piece). The best album of the last year by far in my opinion.
The re-release contains an 8 video bonus DVD, making it an essential purchase for any music fan. Should you buy the re-release if you own the original version? Yes, the DVD is worth the price alone.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FEEDER - Comfort in Sound (the re-release 2 Oct 2003
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Format:Audio CD
This has to be one of Feeders best albums. The re-release of Comfort In Sound is due to the the bands most successful year ever. It has been repackaged in a 2 Disc Set and contains 8 bounus DVD tracks. One of the extra tracks is the excellent "JUST A DAY" that has a real cool video that is on the DVD. Also on the DVD is some videos of them Live at Reading and Brixton.
This is a must have if you dont have the original Comfort in Sound album already. But if you are like me and already have it then it is still worth getting as the exrtra DVD that comes with it is excellent with videos like Just a Day and Live performances from Reading and Brixton.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Feeder at their (just about) best
I loved this album when it came out, it made my summer. Listening to it again and it's just as good and has aged beautifully. Read more
Published 6 months ago by James Ward
5.0 out of 5 stars A Band with something to sing about
I got into Feeder with the Buck Rogers & Seven Days singles but didn't buy the album Echo Park. When Come Back Around came out I knew this was a band with pedigree so bought... Read more
Published on 3 Feb 2005 by Savo
4.0 out of 5 stars Great.
Echo Park was overrated indeed, but this one really shows what they can do, its really great. The end drags a little, but on the whole, the album has got great mixes of songs on... Read more
Published on 11 Jun 2004 by "gregorthedrummer"
5.0 out of 5 stars Helped Me through......
When my grandparent died in rapid sucession, I had nothing to listen to... This came out on the day oen of them died, September 29th and I bought it, the pain they felt from losing... Read more
Published on 15 May 2004 by Jess Brittain-George
4.0 out of 5 stars First Impressions
This is the first Feeder album I have purchased, and I must say, I have been quietly suprised and indeed impressed. Read more
Published on 16 Feb 2004 by Nick Edwards
5.0 out of 5 stars Comfort and more!
WOW! I bought CiS and, I won't go into details, but it helped me a lot, CiS is my comfort in life. I didn't think it could get any better they bring out the incredible DVD... Read more
Published on 11 Feb 2004 by "hollieanne0305"
4.0 out of 5 stars Comfort, but not for Jon
I'm not quite sure what to make of the special edition. It is a great album and not just the sum of it's parts. Read more
Published on 3 Feb 2004 by "jimraf"
5.0 out of 5 stars Controversy over 'Godzilla'
The track 'Godzilla' actually has some 'special' meaning to Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose, with the inclusion of words such as "lost love in suicide". Read more
Published on 9 Jan 2004 by "krish387"
5.0 out of 5 stars Faultless
Pretty new to Feeder although I did see them support the Stereophonics a couple of years ago. Loved the last couple of singles so plumped for the album and have not been... Read more
Published on 18 Nov 2003 by Mr. J. Buck
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