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All About Chemistry
All About Chemistry
Price: 7.98

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Big disapointment!, 1 July 2001
This review is from: All About Chemistry (Audio CD)
I bought 'All About Chemistry' because i thought that Semisonic would reproduce the brilliance of 'Feeling Strangely Fine'. But i was very disapointed. I was praying for a couple of classic rock tracks like 'Singing in My Sleep' but i was left with a selection of average pop songs. The track that comes closest to a rock song is 'Chemistry' (which isn't very rock). The album is more like a pop album than a rock album, which is a huge disapointment from such a great band. The tracks on 'All About Chemistry' are all too happy and have no real emotion or meaning. This album sould have been great but something went wrong and in my eyes has damaged the reputation of a previously respectable band. If you do buy this album, be prepared to be disapointed.

Feeling Strangely Fine
Feeling Strangely Fine
Offered by filmrollen
Price: 8.50

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but could of been great, 1 July 2001
This review is from: Feeling Strangely Fine (Audio CD)
'Feeling Strangley' Fine' is a vey good album with some truly memoranle songs. But the only thing i'd say about the ablum is that besides 'Closing Times' and 'Singing in My Sleep' (my personal favourite) there is no other song that comes close to being classic rock. The rest of the songs are much slower and although they are good songs, after hearing the first 2 tracks ('Clsong Time' and 'Singing in My Sleep') you can't help but feel a little disapointed that the rest of the album can't live up to these tracks. Overall a good album but it really needed a couple more songs like 'Singing in My Sleep' to be a great album.

Version 2.0
Version 2.0
Offered by Lifes Essentials
Price: 4.02

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Addictive, 1 July 2001
This review is from: Version 2.0 (Audio CD)
Absolutly brilliant! The album has heavier rock feel to it than the fisrt ablum, which is not bad just a little different. The lyrics on the album really capture the emotion of the song and all the songs have something special about them. At first i only listened to the released songs like 'Special', 'Paranoid' and 'Push It' but i soon discovered that all 12 tracks were fantastic. It is very rarely that you find an addictive album, but once you play 'Version 2.0' you will want to play it again and again. Overall this album is brilliant, and equals and possibly suppases the first album's quality.

Offered by filmrollen
Price: 3.38

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure class!, 1 July 2001
This review is from: Garbage (Audio CD)
Simply a stunning album, every song is brilliant. The album has lots of variety that balances beutifully. The track order is well set out so there is no stop and start and the songs all flow into each other. The best two songs are 'Only Happy When it Rains' and 'Stupid Girl', but songs like 'Queer' and 'Fix Me Now' are also classic tracks. I really can't find a fault with this album. If i had to descibe it in one word it would be 'perfection'! If u don't have it, buy it now!

Offered by Leisurezone
Price: 3.83

0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad but lacks something, 30 Jun 2001
This review is from: Polythene (Audio CD)
I like really like Feeder, and this album has some good moments, but it's difficult to love it. Songs like 'High', 'Cement' and 'Poythene' as well as most of the other songs are good but overall the album lacks a defining track (like @Insomnia' is on 'Yesterday Went Too Soon', and 'Buck Rodgers' on 'Echo Park'). The album is good but is just doesn't have the right balance that 'Echo Park' and 'Yesterday Went Too Soon' have. If you are a new Feeder fan you should consider buying the previously mentioned albums first, but don't over look this album.

Offered by best_value_entertainment
Price: 3.73

1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Only 6 tracks!, 30 Jun 2001
This review is from: Swim (Audio CD)
The album only has 6 tracks on it and 2 of them 'Stereo World' and 'Descend' are on another Feeder album 'Polythene'. So really your only getting 4 new tracks, which is a disapointment. But 'Sweet 16' is pure class (and many of you may know it from Grand Tourismo on the Playstation. And Swim is a brilliant accoustic track, the other 2 tracks 'W.I.T' and 'Shade' are average. If you want a Feeder album go for 'Yesterday Went Too Soon', but if you are a big Feeder fan (like me) it's just about worth buying it.

Yesterday Went Too Soon
Yesterday Went Too Soon
Offered by Giant Entertainment
Price: 4.30

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's worth buying the album for Insomnia alone!, 30 Jun 2001
This review is from: Yesterday Went Too Soon (Audio CD)
This was the first Feeder album i ever bought, at the time i just bought it for Insomnia (which is the best song ever!). But i was pleasently suppriesed by how good the rest of the album is. In my opinion it is the best of all the Feeder albums. On 'Yesterday Went Too Soon' every song is quality (even the hidden track is quite good). Although if you are expecting 13 songs all like 'Insomnia' you'll be disapointed, but given half a chance songs like 'Picture of Perfect Youth' and 'Yesterday Went To Soon' will grow on you and end up becoming some of your favourite song. Overall a very good album and if you were like me thinking 'i like Buck Rodgers and Insomnia but i don't know if it's worth buying a Feeder album' you should definatley buy this, you wont' regret it!

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