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THE FEELING Twelve Stops And Home
Universal (2006)

The Feeling have produced a gem of a pop rock album that takes in influences from 60's/70's greats like ELO, Brian Wilson and 10CC plus adding their own distinctive sound.

There are just so many damn fine tunes on here from the pop classic 'Fill My Little World' with its piano riff and uplifting chorus through to 'Love It When You Call' where the guitars are whipped out for some catchy riffing.

'I Want You Now' 'Never Be Lonely' again sees the band's good use of harmonies whilst 'Blue Piccadilly' rounds the album off in style. In fact the weakest song on here for me bizarrely is the single 'Sewn' but I am sure anyone who loves well crafted pop rock tunes will find delights on this album.

If you have in your CD collection anything by ELO, 10CC, XTC, Dodgy, Supergrass, Semisonic, Supernaturals or Squeeze then get this damn fine CD asp.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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