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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: THIC
  • ASIN: B000005DUH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
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4.0 out of 5 stars Truly one of the best EVER.... 16 Sept. 2000
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Format: Audio CD
The only reason I give this record 4 stars is because it would make Fast Stories....From Kid Coma, released June 1995(on Capitol Records who, unfortunately, released the first Foo Fighters record around the same time and threw tons more promo behind it), seem not as outstanding. Feeling You Up is a record that any pop music fan would enjoy, a wide range of sounds, a short rip into the Great Northwest from a group not pressured by the demands, for better or worse, of deadlines, selling quotas and popular opinion. It is right to call Truly a Seattle supergroup, but not simply because of past affiliations. Tracks like "Feeling You Up", a stormy night head-nodder, or "Air Raid" a catchy pop tune that grows with each listen, indicate the sophistication and musical creativity that Seattle produces in spite of the Grunge albatross. "Queen Blip City" is the finale, and perhaps my fav, and the jangly guitar and droning vocals reminds one of previous releases like "So Strange" or, the 1991 subpop release that started it all "Heart and Lungs." For you indie afficionadoes, head to the wax pusher and find any Truly you can, especially the "Blue Flame Ford" 10". Blue and yellow vinyl, that one. Get felt up.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The freshest album of 1997? 19 Aug. 1999
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This is an instant classic..Too bad these guys have been so overlooked (and I mean badly). With ex members of The Screaming Trees and Soundgarden this is a true "Seattle Super Group". If you listen to this album, I dare you to define their sound....Go ahead try it...You've never heard anything like this..I promise you won't be it!!! It's 1999 and I'm still raving about these guys for christsake!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly amazing 24 Jan. 2008
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I agree, overall, this record is definitely better than "Fast Stories...", but I feel that "Leslie's Coughing Up Blood" is still their best song. The funny thing, though, is that the songs are out of order on here. There ARE 11 tracks on this record, but "Intro/Public Access Girls" should be the first track, with the rest to follow and Amazon should have track 11 listed as "Queen Blip City". I dunno...Weird. Great record though!
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