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The Legend of Felt, Denim, & Go-Kart Mozart

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The Strange Idols Pattern And Other Short Stories
The Strange Idols Pattern And Other Short Stories
"Forever Breathes and Poem are undisputed classics but this is the Felt album I come back to most often"
Forever Breathes The Lonely Word
Forever Breathes The Lonely Word
"A touch of Lloyd Cole in the recorded sound is a matter of taste but it's the most consistently brilliant Felt album ever."
Poems Of The River
Poems Of The River
"A heartfelt small masterpiece that contains two of their very best songs in 'She Lives By The Castle' and 'Riding On The Equator'. Listen to the great guitar solos in The Equator. You'll be mesmerized"
The Splendour Of Fear
The Splendour Of Fear
"Sublime, ethereal, reverb-drenched glory of the Felt first chapter reaches its conclusion here. 'The World Is As Soft As Lace' is an absolute gem of fragile beauty."
Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty
Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty
"One of the most unique debut albums of all time. Definitely not everyone's taste both musically and sonically. But it's highly rewarding if you give it some time to sink in."
Ignite The Seven Cannons
Ignite The Seven Cannons
"Always different, always the same, and they are not the Fall. The only album that features both Deebank and Duffy. That's enough to warrant any Felt fan's attention."
Back In Denim
Back In Denim
"Who would have thought it? Lawrence the glam rocker? Sounds as unlikely as Morrissey the metal god. But somehow he made it incredibly convincing even moving in places."
The Pictorial Jackson Review
The Pictorial Jackson Review
"Rather underwhelming return after the absolute pinnacle of Forever Breathes and Poem. Some good songs in the first half but lounge Jazz in the second half is definitely misguided."
Tearing Up The Album Chart
Tearing Up The Album Chart
"A genuine return to form this time with proper songs and a proper band. Almost as good as the first Denim album.  Incredibly catchy, sickeningly twisted, hopelessly retro yet defiantely contemporary."
Me And A Monkey On The Moon
Me And A Monkey On The Moon
"The least impressive Felt album next to two instrumental collections. Gooey, sappy and pronouncedly nostalgic. It's not Felt. It's Denim mark 1."
Denim on Ice
Denim on Ice
"On the surface, it's a disappointing follow-up to one of great lost albums of the '90's that is Back in Denim. But it has its moments. Music got sillier but lyrics got darker."
Instant Wigwam And Igloo Mixture
Instant Wigwam And Igloo Mixture
"Novelty Rock part 2. Relying almost exclusively on a cheap sythesizer. Sounding lot like an amateur home-recording. Perhaps a forced choice? You have to praise resilience of this guy, and his genius."
Novelty Rock
Novelty Rock
"A collection of single b-sides which is a bit rich for this perennial cult hero. Lawrence gone to a path nobody would dare, that is, paying homage to Chicory Tip. Is it pure genius or utter madness?"
Let The Snakes Crinkle Their H
Let The Snakes Crinkle Their H
"Some hail it as Felt's masterpiece. But I would be lying if I repeated the claim. This all instrumental sounds more like half-baked backing tracks. It's bewildering but that's Felt for you."
Train Above The City
Train Above The City
"Completists only. This is Felt at their most over the top. A full-length album of poorly played lounge Jazz instrumentals? A fascinating talking point but has absolutely no musical merits whatsoever."