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  • Audio CD (8 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Play It Again Sam
  • ASIN: B0000259QR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 301,399 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

Includes Insomnia Radioman and Tinsel Town.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "wigan-jonny" on 24 Feb. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a true masterpiece, a work of musical genius. Its albums like this that make you proud to be British. Basically this album is split into two halves, one half is all the fast pacey poprock songs not so far from the likes of Buck Rogers (you know they guy with the new car, heard it looks like a jag too) these are tracks 2, 5, 9,and 11, Insomnia which in my opinion is even better than Buck Rogers, Waiting For Changes which i saw Feeder play live and it really got the party started-a fast paced song, You're My Evergreen which is fast and is riffantastic with amazing guitars, and Hole In My Head which is a feel good song that is always over the speed limit, dnt try nodding your head to it because it is just too fast.
Then there are the slow emotion-fuelled classics. Track 6 Radioman is a nice slow accoustic track, worth a listen but nothing outstanding, Track 4 Yesterday Went Too Soon is impressive and very soon your only existance is to listen to this song, it is heartfelt and so pure, you can just imagine Grant pleeding to you "wish you could see through my eyes" and can only be explained by listening to it yourself, it is slow but fantastic and brings a tear to your eye, it really is that good and i wish i could explain it to you! Dry is another pleasent accoustic track and is better than Radioman and is always nice to listen to. SO Well is a gentle song, without the emotions of the other slow tracks, but is still pretty good, Paperfaces is a different version to the single, but is slower and more pure without aas much producing done to it, this is the bare bones of Paperfaces.
The secret track Bubblehead its been nicknamed, is quirky and heavy compared to the rest of the album, presonally i think it is good and adds a different mood to the album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Jan. 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is the follow up to the great album Polythene, like the last one it is brilliant. It is less rocky then Polythene, but songs like Insomnia, Aneasthetic, Hole in my Head and You're my Evergreen show that they haven't lost thier edge. But with songs like Radioman, Tinseltown and Paperfaces, show that Feeder are versatile, and are branching off into different genres of Rock, Overall a great album, and a definite buy for Rock fans.
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Format: Audio CD
After buying this album, i was at first disappointed. Its difference to Polythene is clear and to be honest, at first i didn't listen to the tracks after "Insomnia" and "Yesterday went too soon". I placed the album aside and literally forgot about it. It was only until the single "Paperfaces" was relased i realised that feeder wanted to change. This album is a different field to Polythene and is meant to be. Personally, if you want rocky tunes, then i would buy this record without hesitation, since the tracks on this album that'll make more of an impression on you are in abundance, just don't stick to the relased tracks. If you want soft rock, this is combined with the more rocky tunes, and i'd personally go for tracks like "Radioman" and "Tinseltown". However, if you are into both, the tunes you should look at should be "Evergreen", "Anaesthetic" and "Hole in my Head." The secret track is well worth a look at, just about 6 minutes after "Tinseltown". Feeder have done well with this album, and all the time they placed to work on the tracks have paid off. Well done.
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By A Customer on 22 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Where do you start? This album has everything. You immediately like it, and you'll still be listenning to it 2 years later. I am. Songs like 'Insomnia', 'Waiting For Changes' and 'Hole in my Head' are the punky, catchy tunes, perfect for singles. Then we have the songs like 'Radioman', 'Dry' and even 'Tinsel Town', which are ignored at first, and labelled as 'boring' by people who just want music to jump to. These songs are so deep, and show so much personality. This album has bucket-loads of character. Even 'Tinsel Town', which seems extremely boring to start off with, can become very atmospheric providing you listen to it under the right circumstances and don't judge a song by its catchy-ness. Songs like 'Day In Day Out' and 'Picture Of Perfect Youth' have shattering choruses, yet become very atmospheric and mellow in the verses giving an fantastic effect. SIMPLY THE BEST ALBUM EVER....
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By A Customer on 10 Dec. 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is follow up to Polythene is very good, but I couldn't help feeling slightly disappointed by this album. Feeder seemed to have lost there rocky edge. Don't get me wrong there are still some great rocky tracks, like 'Insomnia' and 'You are my evergreen'. These tracks are great, but I can't help feeling that Feeder have sold out a bit too much, there are to many ballads. Although 'Yesterday went too soon' is my personal favourite rock ballad of the year. If you are a real Feeder fan, or a fan of soft rock do buy this album, you won't be disappointed. However if you are expecting tracks like 'Tangerine' from the last Feeder album you will be disappointed. If you asked me if I would buy this album again, I would say 'yes' it is a great buy. The lyrics are great, and the sound is unique. Just don't be disappointed by the softness of this Rock.
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