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Will They Last?,
This review is from: Twelve Stops and Home (Audio CD)
The essence of any Brit-Pop band is do they have enough originality to last the distance? It's often easy to produce a stunning first album and then fail to live up to expectations. The first album can well be dominated by songs written over a period of time. The problem can come when new material has to be written.
Having said that there has to be a starting point and The Feeling are a decent southern England band with some catchy choruses and hook lines that have stood them apart from many of their contemporaries. They have the pseudo London feel of a Blur but mix it with decent melodies.
They are one of those bands that you hear in a shopping centre or on the radio and immediately think "that's good who are they? It's just remembering them apart from the others that is crucial. Their debut album is full of idiosyncratic pop tunes - Never Be Lonely and Sewn being just two that give this album a feisty feel that somehow links with the likes of Travis, Coldplay and Keane. "Anyone" is a beautifully structured almost classical piece of folk/rock/classical fusion
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Initial post: 8 Jan 2009 09:25:32 GMT
"It's often easy to produce a stunning first album" - lol! If you had released even one album, whether it be stunning or rubbish or anything in between, you would have a clue what you are talking about. Writing, producing, and recording any album worthy of release, is *never* easy... let alone a "stunning" one. Not that the Feeling care what you (or I) think... too busy crafting great songs, and raking in their just rewards I should think.
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