The Singles [Bonus DVD]

The Singles [Bonus DVD]

by Feeder
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The Singles [Bonus DVD]

The Singles is an appropriate look back at one of England's favorite rock acts, Feeder, who has gone on to sell more than three million albums and play shows alongside U2, R.E.M., Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the Rolling Stones. With such success, Feeder suffered their biggest loss in 2002 when drummer Jon Lee took his own life. Surviving that alone could have ended it all, but the passion of Feeder's songs allowed the trio to keep it together for the long haul. The Singles is the heart of all of that and a warm look at where they're going. Starting with their 1997 debut, Polythene, and closing out with 2003's heartbreaking Comfort in Sound, The Singles features 17 quality tracks as well as three brand-new songs produced by Stephen Street (the Smiths, Blur, Kaiser Chiefs). Sure, it would have been nice if it was sequenced according to release date, but the track listing is a cohesive mix of heartbreak, reflection, and introspection. What was once a post-grunge act fueled by angst is now a well-respected rock band with a collection of quality songs. For fans old and new, The Singles couldn't have said it any better. [The bonus DVD edition features a collection of Feeder videos.]

Product Details

Release Date: 05/15/2006
Label: Emi Europe Generic
UPC: 0094636079325
catalogNumber: 3607932


Disc 1

  1. Come Back Around
  2. Buck Rogers
  3. Shatter
  4. Just the Way I'm Feeling
  5. Lost & Found
  6. Just a Day
  7. High
  8. Comfort in Sound
  9. Feeling a Moment
  10. Burn the Bridges
  11. Tumble & Fall
  12. Forget About Tomorrow
  13. Tender
  14. Pushing the Senses
  15. Save Us
  16. Seven Days in the Sun
  17. Insomnia
  18. Turn
  19. Yesterday Went Too Soon
  20. Suffocate

Disc 2

  1. Lost & Found
  2. Shatter
  3. Tender
  4. Pushing the Senses
  5. Feeling a Moment
  6. Tumble and Fall
  7. Comfort in Sound
  8. Find the Colour
  9. Forget About Tomorrow
  10. Just the Way I'm Feeling
  11. Come Back Around
  12. Piece by Piece
  13. Just a Day
  14. Turn
  15. Seven Days in the Sun
  16. Buck Rogers
  17. Paper Faces
  18. Yesterday Went Too Soon
  19. Insomnia
  20. Day in Day Out
  21. Suffocate
  22. High
  23. Crash
  24. Cement
  25. Tangerine
  26. Stereo World

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Feeder   Primary Artist
Susan Dench   Viola
Anne Lines   Cello
Billy McGee   Double Bass
Leo Payne   Violin
Audrey Riley   Cello
Janet Atkins   Viola
Clare Finnimore   Viola
Jayne Harris   Violin
Joy Hawley   Cello
Harriet Davies   Violin
Clare Thompson   Violin
Sophie Harris   Cello
Dougie Payne   Background Vocals
Catherine Bradshaw   Viola
Richard George   Violin
Elizabeth Bradley   Double Bass
Emma Welton   Violin
Peter Collyer   Viola
Helen Paterson   Violin
Jonathan Hill   Violin
Christopher Tombling   Violin
Fran Healy   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Steve Power   Producer
Gil Norton   Arranger,Producer
Audrey Riley   Arranger,String Arrangements
Chris Sheldon   Engineer
Stephen Street   Producer
Cenzo Townshend   Engineer
Adrian Bushby   Engineer
Mark Pythian   Programming
Feeder   Producer
Joe Zook   Engineer
Matthew Sime   Producer,Engineer
John Dunne   Programming
Grant Nicholas   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Tom Stanley   Programming
Richard Ash   Engineer

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The Singles 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recently became a feeder fan and wanted to find something that had both their original songs plus some newer ones. This CD was perfect because it combined both. The songs are catchy and have original lyrics. The bonus CD was great as it contained more songs with the music videos and additional information on the band. My only complaints are that the case was cracked when i received it and it is impossible to obtain the songs/videos from the CD as CDs are protected and unable to be ripped. If it wasn't for that the CD would have received a five/five.